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Project Impact evaluation determines if the changes in outcomes which can be attributed to a specific intervention based on cause-and-effect analysis and whether these effects are intended or unintended.
An impact evaluation can be undertaken to improve or reorient an intervention or to inform decisions about whether to continue, discontinue, replicate or scale up an intervention.
An impact evaluation should be planned formally and managed as a discrete project, with decision-making processes and management arrangements clearly described from the beginning of the process.
Impact evaluation helps to demonstrate project success or failure, and provide accountability to all stakeholders, including donors and beneficiaries. It helps to determine if, and how well, an intervention worked to create a change in a particular community of interest or in the lives of our target populations, while demonstrating the extent of the impact and how it came about.
Ezrah Nyaega, PMP®, (PMI-RMP)®, Lead Consultant
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