This handbook is provided by the Northwest Health Foundation as a framework for community organizations to use to evaluate and understand the effectiveness of their programs. It provides an overview of basic program evaluation principles and practices, and offers an approach to evaluation that will assist organizations in documenting their work -for themselves, for funders, and for others who are interested in issues of program impact and outcomes. The handbook is designed to complement the content of a Foundation-sponsored workshop on program evaluation, and can be used as a "stand-alone" guide for evaluation design and implementation.
Northwest Health Foundation, "Program Evaluation Principles & Practices" (2001). Evaluation/Reflection. 61.
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