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2010 Albania: End of Project Evaluation of Child Led Environmental Education

Author: Dhurata Bushati, Violeta Tici, Anila Alliu, Albina Gjinaj

Executive summary

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The project has embarked on a process that required a series of inputs such as designed activities, resources, strategies and methods. The process outputs are continually monitored and evaluated in order to compare them with the established plan and adjust the process when such need presents itself. It is hard to evaluate what is the project impact if you don’t know where you were to start with. Knowing where you started, and documenting it, give to the implementers and donors chances to measure the expected impact of the project.

Control Group methodology was adopted as appropriate for measuring outputs and outcomes. Data collection tools follow simple formats and trace the progress of the project providing opportunity for modification as the need arises. In order to make comparisons the CLEEN project has planned a baseline as well as an endpoint evaluation.
Data from diverse stakeholders are crosschecked and multiple data collections tools as described below will be used: FGD, Questionnaires, Checklists, classroom and school observation, COMBI records and Pictures/photos. (See Annex 1, Evaluation Tools)

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