Evaluation is a vital step in learning about whether and how your programme is (or is not) achieving its goals. There are many motivations or reasons for evaluation, such as capturing the programme’s impact, being accountable to donors, and understanding barriers and facilitators of implementation.
Contains a table that can help you to select the right type of evaluation based on when it needs to be implemented in the programming cycle, what it needs to show, and why it is useful.
Describes different types of evaluations and when they should be carried out, and contains links to further guidance on types of evaluations, including impact and process evaluations.
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While focused on sexual health programming, this site has practical, short guidance on the entire cycle of evaluation, from identifying programme objectives to developing evaluation questions to selecting data collection methods and indicators to sharing and using results.
Step-by-step guidance on designing and implementing monitoring and evaluation of VAW programming, including a description of different types of evaluations and their added value.