The different perceptions of participants regarding the effectiveness of a project can, at times, be hard to identify. Therefore it can become extremely difficult to effectively incorporate these differences of opinion into an evaluation so that they make sense. This article provides a detailed examination of how this was done during a project among small vegetable producers in the Andes in 2010.
This example comes from the virtual writeshop process led by Irene Guijt for BetterEvaluation.
Pradel, W., & Cole, D., & Prain, G. (2013) Mixing methods for rich and meaningful insight: Evaluating changes in an agricultural intervention project in the Central Andes. BetterEvaluation
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