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Strengthening Evaluation Literacy
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PAPER | Strengthening Evaluation Literacy

Evaluating Community Impact, Publications, Lisa Attygalle, Evaluation

Over time reframing evaluation in our work to be more participatory and collaborative leads to higher levels of learning, strengthened community relations and greater transparency.

In this paper, Pamela Teitelbaum explores the language, concepts and basic understanding of evaluation approaches, and how they can help decision-makers discuss and identify the value of participatory and collaborative approaches to 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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