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Empowerment evaluation is a stakeholder involvement approach designed to provide groups with the tools and knowledge they need to monitor and evaluate their own performance and accomplish their goals. It is also used to help groups accomplish their goals. Empowerment evaluation focuses on fostering self-determination and sustainability. It is particularly suited to the evaluation of comprehensive community–based initiatives or place-based initiatives.
Blog13th May, 2013
Whether you are commissioning an evaluation, designing one or implementing one, having - and sharing - a very clear understanding of what is being evaluated is paramount. For complicated or complex interventions this isn't always as straight forward as it sounds, which is why BetterEvaluation offers specific guidance on options for doing this.
Blog2nd February, 2018
This is the second of a two-part blog on strategies to support the use of evaluation, building on a session the BetterEvaluation team facilitated at the American Evaluation Association conference last year. While the session focused particularly on strategies to use after an evaluation report has been produced, it is important to address use before and during an evaluation.
Hi everyone does anyone have any suggestions on how to set targets for indicators? Is there a standard? For example, if a program wanted to reduce maternal morbidity by 30% compared to baseline, how to know that is enough or not... thanks Eva Sarr Forums: ...
What is the main difference between quasi-experiments and RCTs? How can I measure impact when establishing a control group is not an option?
In the second last webinar of the series, Dr. Howard White of the International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie), covers the basics of quasi-experiments.
Blog5th January, 2016
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Blog20th December, 2013
For many of us, this is a time for reflecting back on the year and exchanging gifts. So for this final post in the 52 weeks series for 2013, we wanted to share some evaluation gifts you can keep for yourself or share with your friends and colleagues.