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Making Sense of Evaluation: A Handbook for the Social Sector

August 04, 2017 at 12:29 PM

*From the Ministry of Youth Development Newsletter*

Superu has recently released a useful handbook “primarily designed for people funding or purchasing social services, and providers of social services in New Zealand who need to understand more about how to measure and understand the effects of their programmes or initiatives. This can help people who are working with:

  • programme design (and funding applications)
  • management of programmes through good monitoring and feedback, including continuous improvement
  • reporting on outcomes
  • understanding what works, when and why.”

Download it from Superu’s website.

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