Arriving at Results Efficiently: Using the Enhanced Evaluability Assessment Approach
TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES — Volume 12 — December 4, 2015
The figure depicts 3 boxes, the first 2 of which are placed on top, side-by-side, and are bordered by a solid black line. The first box has a heading that reads, “Pre-Evaluations (12 Months)” and lists 2 bullet points underneath: 1) Systematic Screening and Assessment, and 2) Evaluability Assessment. The second box reads, “Effectiveness Evaluation (30 Months).” The third box is underneath the first 2 boxes and overlaps both slightly. The third box is bordered by a dashed black line and reads, “Enhanced Evaluability Assessment (20 Months).”
Figure. Conceptual model of the Enhanced Evaluability Assessment.
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