Our team of Research and Evaluation experts
specialise in helping you to understand your impact
and demonstrating that to others.
Evaluation can take various forms depending on the context, purpose, and subject being assessed. Our Evaluators can conduct a systematic, independent assessment of your project and determine its relevance, providing learning and recommendations to increase effectiveness and sustainability.
They will then present it in a clear, engaging, accessible manner.
Reports can also be adapted to different target audiences.
This evaluation occurs during the development or implementation of a program. It provides ongoing feedback to improve the process or product identifying strengths and weaknesses and providing recommendations while the project is still in progress.
Summative evaluation takes place after the completion of a program, determining the overall effectiveness, impact, or outcomes.
Process evaluation assesses how well a program was implemented, exploring whether the intended activities were carried out as planned and whether any deviations occurred. This helps to identify factors that contributed to success or challenges faced during implementation.
Impact evaluation measures the broader effects or changes that result from a program or intervention. It explores whether the desired outcomes were achieved and whether the program made a significant difference in the target population.
Outcome evaluation focuses on the immediate and observable effects of a program or intervention. It assesses whether the intended outcomes were achieved and often involves quantifiable measures such as changes in behavior, knowledge, or skills.
Qualitative evaluation involves collecting and analysing non-numerical data, such as interviews, focus groups, and observations. This approach provides deeper insights into participants’ experiences, perceptions, and attitudes.
Quantitative evaluation involves the collection and analysis of numerical data. This data can be used to measure changes, trends, and patterns over time, enabling more precise assessments.