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Evaluation Methods

The good evaluation of a project or a policy needs on the one hand thorough application of methodology up to the highest professional standards and is on the other hand a creative thought exercise: what do we really want to know and how to find out.


  • EVALUATION GUIDES: for the geographical and thematic evaluations, for evaluation managers or evaluators and for project and programme evaluations, including checklists

  • METHODOLOGICAL BASES: subject, timing, utilisation, roles, method

  • TOOLS: to structure an evaluation, to collect and analyse data, to assist the formulation of judgements

  • IMPACT DIAGRAMS/INDICATORS: a set of intervention logics, outlining key chains of results and a menu of example indicators for some key EC intervention sectors   
  • OVERALL ASSESSMENT: the development of these documents has been accompanied by a group of international evaluation experts. Please read their assessment




Last update: 17/02/2012 | Top