Evaluation is a systematic, in-depth analysis and assessment of project performance that happens at different times of the project cycle. Learning from evaluation informs project adjustments or modifications to improve activities and outcomes.
The evaluation provides lessons learnt and recommendations for improvement of future interventions. It relies on data generated through monitoring activities and information obtained from other sources (e.g. studies, research, in-depth interviews, focus group discussions, surveys etc.). Both internal and external stakeholders can be engaged in the evaluation process.
- participate in evaluation activities to ensure that project progress and adjustment of project strategies aim to achieve better results also for persons with disabilities;
- contribute to the mid-term evaluation of the project’s effectiveness on disability inclusion so that lessons and good practices can be used for the existing or future projects;
- provide their perspective on the impact and sustainability of the project at the post project completion stage and contribute to lessons learnt on disability inclusion;
- add a disability-inclusion perspective to the assessment of the OECD Development Assistance Committee (DAC) criteria applied (coherence, efficiency, sustainability, impact, effectiveness and relevance).
- Inclusive Futures (2022): Applying CRPD standards to programmatic processes: A look at inclusive programming in practice.
- CBM (2017): Disability Inclusive Development Toolkit.
- CBM (2012): Project Cycle Management Handbook.