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National Coordinating Centre for Public Engagement


National Coordinating Centre for Public EngagementMonitoring and evaluation needs to begin when you first start to formulate your project plan and should be ongoing throughout a project, at least to some degree.  Formulating an evaluation methodology helps to focus the mind on what you are trying to achieve and how you are going to measure it.

The earlier you start, the easier the process and the more useful the information gathered.  Evaluation is a necessary part of any engagement activity, and most funders require it.  Don’t be put off! There are lots of toolkits and evaluation guides available.  Here we offer a selection of practical guides.  Many of the toolkits listed in the other sections also have useful chapters on evaluation.

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