Process Evaluation

Process evaluation verifies the functioning of specific forms of an intervention program or project; monitors whether key activities are actually carried out and examines whether these activities are consistent with the objectives of the program or project.

The evaluation process can be used either as a standalone evaluation of the program or project or in a broader sense as an evaluation of the program in conjunction with an assessment of the impact of these programs or projects for the company.

Use the evaluation process to determine how activities are organized various programs that appeal to the target group, the efficiency of the management of the program and the use of tools and technical means of helping to implement the activity or service.

The aim of the evaluation process is to determine whether the program is implemented just for target groups.

 

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