This is the first of the two building evaluation capacity guides. It focuses on evaluation design, including identification and operationalization of program goals, building of logic models, and indicator setting. This guide also covers the selection of indicators to be measured and appropriate measures for these indicators. It begins with the identification of program goals. Subsequent sections discuss the construction of logic models and the evaluation approach, including the generation of evaluation questions, the setting of indicators, and the integration of evaluation questions and indicators. It concludes with a discussion of measurement strategies: the selection of appropriate measures for different indicators and the role of demographic variables. (Author abstract)
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