Step 5.2 – Choose your evaluation method

Choose a method that will best help you to gauge whether there has been any improvement and whether the project has achieved its goals.

Choose a method that works for your programme

Similar to strategic plans, the style of evaluation used can vary.

You might want to:

  • repeat your baseline age friendly assessment to see what changes have occurred
  • use the indicators and formats suggested by the WHO
  • use your own indicators and measures that you developed when making a plan.

It can be useful to consider how you will present the findings to determine which methods will give you the most relevant information.

Decide how to gather information

Information gathering could take several different forms, including:

  • surveys
  • community workshops
  • focus groups
  • interviews.

You may wish to set up a new group or use an existing group.

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