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Evaluation and plan update.pptx

  1. 1. EVALUATION AND PLAN UPDATE
  2. 2. • Determines whether program activities have been implemented as intended IMPLEMENTATION EVALUATION
  3. 3. TYPES OF EVALUATION • PROCESS EVALUATION Used to measure the activities of the program, program quality and who it is reaching
  4. 4. PROCESS EVALUATION  Has the project reached the target group?  Are all project activities reaching all parts of the target group?  Are participants and other key stakeholders satisfied with all aspects of the project? This help answer questions about your program such as:
  5. 5. This help answer questions about your program such as:  Are all activities being implemented as intended? If not, why?  What if any changes have been made to intended activities?  Are all materials, information and presentations suitable for the target audience?
  6. 6. IMPACT EVALUATION Used to measure the effectiveness immediate after the completion of the program up to six (6) months and is aligned with the program objectives Measure how well the program objectives (and sub-objectives) have been achieved
  7. 7. IMPACT EVALUATION This evaluation will help answer questions such as:  How well the project achieved its objectives?  How well have the desired short term changes been achieved?
  8. 8. OUTCOME EVALUATION Concerned with the long term effects of the program and is generally used to measure the program goal Measures how well the program goal has been achieved Measures changes at least six (6) months after the implementation of the program (longer term)
  9. 9. OUTCOME EVALUATION Answers the questions such as:  Has the overall program goal been achieved?  What factors outside the program have contributed or hindered the desired change?  What unintended change has occurred as a result of the program?
  10. 10. SUMMATIVE EVALUATION This considers the entire program cycle and assist in decisions such as:  Do you continue the program?  Do you continue it in its entirely?  Is it possible to implement the program in other settings?
  11. 11. SUMMATIVE EVALUATION This considers the entire program cycle and assist in decisions such as:  What elements could have helped or hindered the program?  What recommendation have evolved out of the program?  How sustainable is the program?
  12. 12. KEY REASONS: Provides a means to find out whether your project has reached its goals/objectives/outcome Allows you to quantify the changes in resource use attributable to your project so that you can track how you are the impact of your project
  13. 13. KEY REASONS: Provides a means to find out whether your project has reached its goals/objectives/outcome Allows you to quantify the changes in resource use attributable to your project so that you can track how you are the impact of your project
  14. 14. KEY REASONS: Allows you to compare the impact of different projects and make result-base Allows you to develop a better understanding of the process of change, and finding out what works and what doesn’t
  15. 15. KEY REASONS: Allows you to gather the knowledge to learn and improve future project design and implementation

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