End-Term Valuations

Once a project is concluded or close to the end, a final evaluation is organized. A final evaluation reviews the overall project cycle, draws conclusions and extracts lessons learned from the experience.
Projects may have different types of impacts in a broad sense, that is, various types of effects on persons and groups. It is defined as the measurement of sustainable and long-term changes in the original problem or issues addressed by the project.

Outcomes have been defined as the results of completed activities. These can mean changes in attitudes or improved skills.

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Other Solutions

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Process Monitoring

Development of frameworks for monitoring & evaluating interventions.

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Qualitative Research

Gain an understanding of underlying reasons, opinions, and motivations to gain valuable insights.

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Feasibility Studies

We undertake an analysis to determine the viability of a project, such as ensuring a project is legally and technically feasible as well as economically justifiable.

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Quantitative Research

We use measurable data to formulate facts and uncover quantifiable patterns such as opinions and behavior.

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Trade Audits

We identify how your product or service is represented in the field by providing you with an immediate overview of the current status.

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Capacity Building Assessments

An analysis of desired capacities against existing capacities which generates an understanding of capacity assets and needs that can serve as input for formulating a capacity development response.