The evaluation includes an assessment of the effects of outputs, results and impacts of the intervention program.
Evaluation of effects programs is a difficult task, hence the need to specifically define the criteria for evaluating these effects. INESAN uses a method called 3E (sometimes referred to as E3): Effectiveness (effectiveness), Efficiency (efficiency) and Economy (economy).
With the evaluation of output and outcomes, we find which effects actually achieved the implemented programs.
Evaluation of the results is designed to measure changes in the program in the form of measurable indicators.
When evaluating the impacts INESAN analyzes any changes that occurred after the implementation of the program and can be of consequence.