Caballes characteristics of evaluation

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Caballes characteristics of evaluation

  1. 1.  Every evaluation practice should be conducted ethically and the evaluators must recognize the participants’ entitlement to privacy.
  2. 2.  The evaluator should include the opinions and ideas of all the stakeholders in his/her evaluation report.
  3. 3.  Evaluator can also use the evaluation report to share his suggestions or even suggest alternatives. He / She should be able to reflect differences between alternatives and to distinguish the relative degree of impact across the alternatives.
  4. 4.  The evaluation must be such that all the stakeholders should be able to interpret the evaluation criteria and its findings. The evaluation report should be easily understandable and provide enough information so that informed decisions can be made on its basis.
  5. 5.  Participatory evaluation ensures that the evaluation focuses on locally relevant questions that meet the needs of project planners and beneficiaries.
  6. 6. The evaluation c onducted or to be conducted should be efficient in the use of resources. Evaluation should be intelligently designed and executed. 
  7. 7.  Nearly every evaluation is time bound. Either it has to be carried out in a specific time or at a certain time. Some project require its evaluation to be conducted soon after the project is finished and some require after some time.
  8. 8.  The evaluator should properly select the indicators so that his findings are inline with the outcomes of the project. Moreover, the evaluator must evaluate all the indicators and its results in the context of the project, the project area and the project beneficiaries.
  9. 9.  As stated in the start, evaluation m ust be conducted ethically, with no intention of harming someone or supporting someone unethically.

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