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In 1999, Save the Children/US, with USAID support, established the Umoyo Network in Malawi as a mechanism for strengthening the capacity of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to deliver reproductive health, family planning and HIV/AIDS services. In 2003, USAID/Malawi awarded a new Cooperative Agreement (COAG) to continue this work under the Capacity Building for Quality HIV/AIDS Services (CBQ) project. This report summarizes findings of a team recruited to conduct a mid-term evaluation of the Umoyo/CBQ project, and to make recommendations as to its future.