What is Evaluation?


25 Feb
25Feb

Evaluation is assessing, as systematically and objectively as possible, a completed project or programme. Evaluations appraise data and information that inform strategic decisions, thus improving the project or programme in the future.

Evaluations should help to draw conclusions about five main aspects of the intervention: 

  • relevance
  • effectiveness
  • efficiency
  • impact 
  • sustainability

Evaluation is a systematic and objective examination which is conducted on monthly, yearly basis, unlike Monitoring which is continuous assessment providing stakeholders with early information.

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