Category Archives for "Monitoring"

Eight steps for evaluation planning

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Eight steps for evaluation planning Step 1: Create specific evaluation questions for your program under each of the five standard evaluation criteria: relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, impact and sustainability. Enter these questions in the first column of Table 1 below. Make the questions specific, including the ―who,‖ ―what,― ―where― and ― when,― as applicable. Under impact, […]

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evaluation questions to address evaluation criteria

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Evaluations use specific evaluation questions to address each  of the standard evaluation criteria The five evaluation criteria, referenced in the CRS Global standard on evaluation, are relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, impact and sustainability. The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) created these criteria in 1991 as part of general evaluation principles.

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Planning and Conducting an Evaluation

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Standards for planning and conducting an evaluation: 1.  Evaluations use specific evaluation questions to address each of the standard evaluation criteria. 2. Project team members, partner staff, community members and other stakeholders participate in analysis and interpretation of evaluation results. 3.  Project teams and partner staff document and use evaluation findings to improve the quality […]

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