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Program Evaluation

A program evaluation is very much like an organizational evaluation, except it has a much narrower focus.  As a result, it is generally easier to design than an organizational evaluation.

Having linked a program’s stated purpose to the organization’s mission statement and its theory of change, program evaluators will then develop a theory of change for the specific program (documenting why they think the program will work) and carry on very much like they would with an organizational evaluation by building a logic model and then testing it.

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