Tools

Tools

Measuring Success: Show What We Know is the primary component of the third phase of the City of Toronto Drop-in Review, which is intended to identify strategies for measuring the success of drop-ins and to support drop-ins in implementing success measurement strategies. This phase of the review was carried out by Public Interest Strategy &...
Inside Working Together: The Paloma–Wellesley Guide to Participatory Program Evaluation, you will find guidance on implementing a participatory program evaluation. The ongoing process is flexible, adaptable and evidence-based, yet easy to use and effective for ongoing use. Also included are sample documents and forms.
Ottawa’s Interagency Influenza Pandemic Plan is a living document and continues to evolve to reflect important developments in the political, legislative and scientific landscape. It was first released in 2005 and revised in 2008 to ensure a coordinated community response in Ottawa during an influenza pandemic. The goal of this joint effort is to curtail...
The EMCDDA's Evaluation Instruments Bank is a document archive of tools created to encourage evaluation using reliable methods, and to help to standardise these tools at European level. The Instruments Bank contains tools for evaluating both prevention and treatment programmes. By entering the specific criteria of the intervention to be evaluated, the...
Nonprofits today are being pressed to demonstrate the effectiveness of their program activities by initiating and completing outcome-oriented evaluation of projects. This guide was developed to provide practical assistance to nonprofits engaged in this process. In the pages of this guide, we hope to give staff of nonprofits and community members alike...
This handbook provides a framework for thinking about evaluation as a relevant and useful program tool. It was written primarily for project directors who have direct responsibility for the ongoing evaluation of W.K. Kellogg Foundation-funded projects.
These guides were produced by the Women, Homelessness, and Community-Based Participatory Research project. They are based on the experiences and recommendations of a group of women experiencing poverty and homelessness, who have been involved with community-based participatory research. Other guides, and the full project report, can be found here. Guide for...
Builds on the concepts outlined in A Developmental Evaluation Primer by articulating some of the key practices associated with this work. These practices were identified and developed through a three-year multi-site case study involving developmental evaluators (DEs) at six sites across the country.
This tool kit was developed for the Ontario public health system but its ideas, examples, and activities are relevant to anyone involved in designing, implementing or evaluating community health or health-promotion programs.
The Centre believes that, to have the greatest impact in the child and youth mental health sector in Ontario, we must work together to form new partnerships, share new knowledge and discover new ways to get things done. Developed by the Centre to enhance agencies’ evaluation skills and knowledge, these toolkits also provide links to complementary Centre...

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