PEP is a legally incorporated, non-profit international organization, registered in the USA and recognized as an IRC Sec. 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization, with public charity status under Sec. 509(a)(1) of the US Internal Revenue Service. As a legally registered and tax-exempt public charity organization, PEP is qualified to receive tax-deductible funds, bequests, gifts and transfers for its non-profit research and capacity building activities. PEP has been granted residence for its global head office by the Government of Kenya, based on a comprehensive host country agreement.
PEP continues to expand in terms of institutional networking and sources of funding, with a growing list of donors including AusAID, CIDA, DFID (or UK Aid), IADB, IDRC, IFPRI, ILO, UNDP, UNICEF, UN Women.
Since 2010, PEP has developed a highly sophifisticated and effective "Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) System", which allows it to continually assess the progress, outcomes and impact of PEP research and support activities worldwide.
PEP M&E data allows to report on these achievements, not only in the form of detailed statistics - encompassing results from all or specific groups of PEP-supported projects - but also in the form of qualitative "impact stories", showing the manifold impact and ramifications of individual PEP projects in beneficiary countries.
The following reports - focused on the statistical results from PEP M&E surveys since 2010 - were published up to 2015, but since then PEP M&E data has continued to be reported biannually in relation to specific programs, such as PAGE.
Evaluations of the PEP network, as an organization, commissioned to and conducted by international experts non-affiliated with PEP.