CLARIFICATIVE
EVALUATION
Concerned with:
• Analysis and logic of the program
• Plausibility of the program design
• Consistency between program des...
• Has a strong formative purpose
• Work closely with program management and delivers to
conceptualize the program and its ...
Approaches
• Identify the real goals or intentions of a given program as
distinct form the stated ones
• Identify unrealis...
Program Logic
• Nature of program causality, the ordering of events.
• The presence of one events leading to a subsequent
...
Evaluability assessment
• 1. Determine the purpose, secure commitment, and
identify evaluation team members
• 2. Define ev...
Evaluability assessment
• 6. Identify stakeholders needs, concerns and differences
in perceptions
• 7. Determine plausibil...
Products
• Line diagrams
• Objectives hierarchies
• Descriptive product
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Clarificative evaluation

  1. 1. CLARIFICATIVE EVALUATION
  2. 2. Concerned with: • Analysis and logic of the program • Plausibility of the program design • Consistency between program design and implementation; • Providing a basis for subsequent program monitoring or impact evaluation
  3. 3. • Has a strong formative purpose • Work closely with program management and delivers to conceptualize the program and its characteristics
  4. 4. Approaches • Identify the real goals or intentions of a given program as distinct form the stated ones • Identify unrealistic goals that were unachievable through the program • Obtain consensus about goals held by different program providers • Elaborate the program through attention to how it worked in practice as a way of making the program more plausible to policy makers • Identify various perceptions among managers and site level providers and identify the logic
  5. 5. Program Logic • Nature of program causality, the ordering of events. • The presence of one events leading to a subsequent event • Does X causes the action of Y
  6. 6. Evaluability assessment • 1. Determine the purpose, secure commitment, and identify evaluation team members • 2. Define evaluation boundaries of program to be studied • 3. Identify and analyse program documents • 4. Develop and clarify program theory • 5. Indentify and interview stakeholders and describe their perceptions
  7. 7. Evaluability assessment • 6. Identify stakeholders needs, concerns and differences in perceptions • 7. Determine plausibility of the program model • 8. Draw conclusions and make recommendations • 9. Plan specific uses for utilization of findings of the study
  8. 8. Products • Line diagrams • Objectives hierarchies • Descriptive product

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