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Community-Engaged Evaluation Paper

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PAPER | Assessing Readiness for Community-Engaged Evaluation

Collective Impact, Pamela Teitelbaum

In order to gather evidence about 'how' impact is happening, not just 'what' and 'why' it’s happening, evaluators are revisiting existing principles and criteria, and exploring tools that support methodology helping to redefine the ways of doing evaluation work .

This paper will help prepare the terrain for doing community-engaged evaluation work, explore transparency, learning, and consent as an integrated part of evaluation practice, and successfully engage communities in evaluation.

Pamela Teitelbaum

By Pamela Teitelbaum

Pamela is a Consulting Director of the Tamarack Institute’s Evaluating Impact Practice Area. She is passionate about supporting and facilitating an interplay of learning and evaluation that creates transformative experiences aimed at developing healthy, equitable, gender-responsive and rights-based communities.

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