SEP is a five-year DFID-funded program (2018 to 2022) managed by WSP and partnering with Clear Horizon, British Council, and Frost Sullivan.  SEP focuses on increasing the incomes of Nepali workers through two components: improving the skills of Nepali workers; and reducing the cost of migration and remittances. SEP is a challenge fund program that supports innovative pilots across these two components and those pilots that are successful will be scaled up nationwide.

Clear Horizon is leading the development of the MEL Framework, including developing the theories of change, supporting investment decision making, value for money assessments including cost-benefit analysis, impact evaluations including randomised control trials, and more.  Clear Horizon will implement an evaluation capacity building strategy to support national staff and partners to monitor, learn and continually improve on their delivery, as well as evaluate their projects at different stages (pilot and scale up).