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Evaluation

Conducting an evaluation

Evaluations provide you with an opportunity to gather information that will give you insights into:

  • the effectiveness of the program for the client group
  • what’s working well and what isn’t working so well and
  • whether the gains of the program have been sustained over time

Types of evaluations

Broadly, there are three different types of evaluations (Australian Institute of Family Studies, 2010).

Evaluations should inform the people who work on the project, as well as those who benefit.  The needs of funders and other organisations that have a stake in the project should be incorporated.

 

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