Developing INTENSE Evaluation

Forming evaluation groups: Staff group evaluation: a small group from INTENSE staff. Between three to six members. Functions: answers questionnaires and give their opinions about information from evaluation and evaluation reports. Expert panel: a group consisting of a representative from

Key Evaluation Questions KEYQ

They are questions of interest to the program designers and stakeholders in general. In INTENSE, these questions were proposed by partners. Some of them were proposed by the evaluation team using general questions who are common in program evaluations. KEQ’s

Theory of Change

In Wikipedia you see that a theory of change (ToC) “… explains the process of change by outlining causal linkages in an initiative, i.e., its shorter-term, intermediate, and longer-term outcomes. The identified changes are mapped – as the “outcomes pathway”

Making the evaluation ready

Preparing an evaluation involves: Knowing the program change theory (aka causal chain). Determining the Key Evaluation Questions. To set forth indicators (data indicators).

Evaluation already started

What is evaluation? It is a process of gathering periodical data from a system in order to support decision making. What is program evaluation? It is an evaluation process about a program, policy, project, or similar in order to know


The CIPP Evaluation Model is a comprehensive framework for guiding evaluations of programs, projects, personnel, products, institutions, and systems. This checklist, patterned after the CIPP Model, is focused on program evaluations, particularly those aimed at effecting longterm, sustainable improvements. Corresponding