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Findings from the evaluation of the National Library Power Programme

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Program Evaluation Guide

A participatory approach combines systematic inquiry with the collaboration of diverse stakeholders to meet specific needs and to contend with broad issues of equity and justice. 4 State and local health departments Efforts lead to improved health outcome for EBLL children.

As noted earlier, The Study of Participatory Research in Health Promotion, commissioned by the Royal Society of Canada, has published a set of guidelines for use by evaluators and funding agencies in assessing projects that aspire to be participatory. For more information on CDC's web notification policies, see. The worksheets at the end of this chapter are intended to help you identify key stakeholders. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC cannot attest to the accuracy of a non-federal website.

Program Evaluation Guide

Note that some stakeholders appear in more than one column; these are not exclusive classes of stakeholders so much as four ways of thinking about stakeholders to ensure thinking as broadly as possible. Local government, state legislators, and state governors. Stakeholder perspectives may influence every step of the CDC Framework. Are responsible for day-to-day implementation of the activities that are part of the program• The sample worksheet 1B see Table 1.

Those who are intended users of the evaluation findings: Persons in a position to make decisions about the program, such as partners, funding agencies, coalition members, and the general public or taxpayers.

Can increase the credibility of your efforts or your evaluation• However, use caution: It is important to understand the motives of the opposition before engaging them in any meaningful way. Stakeholders can be involved in the evaluation at various levels.

Will fund or authorize the continuation or expansion of the program.