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Program Evaluation

Assessing the national program

The evaluation is guided by the national logic model and has two main purposes:

  • Ensure accountability to stakeholders.
  • Facilitate program improvement.

Overarching questions

What does the PRC program contribute to public health practice and policy —

  • by conducting prevention research to develop and disseminate effective and translatable public health interventions?
  • by training the public health workforce?

How is community-based participatory research implemented across PRCs?

How are communities and partners engaged in PRCs' activities and how does participation build community capacity?

What are the similarities and differences across PRCs concerning infrastructure, organizational factors, and how PRCs partner with communities and organizations?

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