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Participatory evaluation

tools for managing change in water and sanitation

by Deepa Narayan-Parker

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Published by World Bank in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water-supply, Rural -- Management -- Evaluation -- Citizen participation.,
  • Sanitation, Rural -- Evaluation -- Citizen participation.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 120-121).

    StatementDeepa Narayan.
    SeriesWorld Bank technical paper,, no. 207
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTD927 .N37 1993
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 122 p. :
    Number of Pages122
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1397012M
    ISBN 100821324772
    LC Control Number93004478

    In most cases, stakeholders or beneficiaries play Participatory evaluation book passive role, providing information but not participating in the evaluation itself. Ottawa: Environment Canada. Development Issues Starting with Empowerment The term participatory evaluation first appeared twenty years ago in development cooperation literature in the context of increasing interest in the paradigm of participatory development. Focuses on participatory baselines, and advocates development of tools and methods for monitoring and evaluation. Zukoski, DrPH, MPH, has conducted research and evaluation in community-based and public health settings since the s, with a particular interest in using participatory evaluation to assess systems and policy change. It worked well enough that the World Bank decided to use it in other locations.

    The answer is that participatory evaluation can advance accountability and results in international development. Universidad Complutense in Madrid Class Dr. Center for International Forestry Research. Demonstrated skills before graduation from training phase And through regular team meetings: Meet periodically throughout the data collection period.

    The matter of contributions remained a problem, however, and a thorny one, particularly regarding what to do with members who could not pay. Vio Grossi, F. Advocates cautioned that participatory evaluation is not merely a technical exercise. I really appreciate the simplicity and clarity of the writing, as well as the specificity of the processes and procedures described.


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Participatory evaluation by Deepa Narayan-Parker Download PDF Ebook

Dominated by math whiz kids. At the other end of the continuum is total self-management by the beneficiary group. Improving local decision making through community based monitoring: Toward a Participatory evaluation book Community Monitoring Network.

The proposed book aims to fill this void with regard Participatory evaluation book participatory evaluation, a set of collaborative approaches to evaluation that is receiving considerable attention of late, including a growing body of empirical studies.

San Francisco: HarperCollins. In community forestry, the Food and Agriculture Organization has published practitioner guides on participatory evaluation for example, Davis-Case As evaluators, they learned that they needed Participatory evaluation book parts, they needed the money to pay for them, they needed trained technicians, and they needed some way of generating the resources for providing these inputs.

Participatory evaluations also call into question the notions that only scientific inquiry Participatory evaluation book valid information and that outside experts or those independent of the project or programme somehow hold the ultimate truth. Based on earlier work by Narayanthey reported "strong statistical findings that increasing participation directly causes better project outcomes" Isham et al.

At the heart of all this work, and, in effect, what binds this literature together, lies the conviction that evaluation should and can be used to empower the local citizens to analyze and solve their own problems. This is a book that has a global feel because it is an articulation of a global network of colleagues who in a variety of formal and informal ways follow and support one another's work.

Agency for International Development McPherson Participatory evaluation seeks to give preferential treatment to the voices and decisions of the least powerful and most affected stakeholders—the local beneficiaries of the intervention.

In the field of education, research committees, advisory committees, work groups, and administrative councils have all been found to be effective vehicles for cooperative stakeholder inquiry Cousins Evaluator's versus Facilitator's Role Evaluator takes lead in designing evaluation.

Fetterman David M. Gosling, L. Universidad Complutense in Madrid Class Dr. However, practitioners have begun to caution one another on the pitfalls of mixing potentially incompatible methods.

This book will be of central interest to evaluation theorists and to those who choose to conduct research on evaluation; appeal will be conceptual and methodological. It is precisely by sharing the different types of knowledge they bring to the evaluation process—and the new knowledge they create together—that citizens and professionals can generate analysis that will render interventions more capable of yielding significant and lasting results.

These are the activists, the animators, the local people. Previously, Dr. Development and knowledge about development became pawns in the cold war game, hobbled with so much ideological baggage that those thinkers who really made a difference in the allocation of funds rarely imagined development as more than a contest between the ideology of marketplace individualism and its challengers.

Participatory Evaluation

Such evaluations should help to guide projects into the future by giving stakeholders the tools with which to take corrective action. The following sections summarize the chapters contained in this book. Mathie, A. A wide Participatory evaluation book of historical and methodological works Selener ; Smith, Williams, and Johnsonproject assessments Rietbergen-McCracken ; Narayanmanuals United Nations Development Programme ; World Bankand bibliographies Mebrahtu ; McPherson ; Johnson has recently been added to the literature on participatory evaluation and development.

Side-by-side case studies demonstrate the flexibility of the three models under different evaluation scenarios while guiding evaluators on the practical aspects of incorporating stakeholder involvement in their designs.

Participatory monitoring

Harris, Harvard Family Research Project.As stated earlier, the Participatory evaluation book focus of this paper is to discuss the process and implementation of a participatory evaluation plan as a viable approach in the evaluation of community-based participatory programs focusing on the reduction and/or elimination of cancer disparities in the United 42comusa.com by: You can write a book review and share your experiences.

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Collaborative, Participatory, and Empowerment Evaluation : Stakeholder Involvement Approaches

Read reviews from world’s largest communi 5/5(4).pdf evaluation are also explored. Two participatory evaluation pdf examples are presented in Chap-ters 6 and 7. Chapter 6 describes the use Participatory evaluation book a participatory evaluation approach to evaluate a community health improvement initiative, focus - ing on heart disease and Participatory evaluation book 2 diabetes.

There are over million heart attacks each year.The Collaborative, Participatory, and Empowerment (CP&E) Evaluation Topical Interest Group (TIG), is a division of the American Evaluation Association. Drs. David Fetterman, Fetterman & Associates, and Liliana Rodriguez-Campos, University of South Florida are the co-chairs.

Approximately one-fourth of the AEA membership is affiliated with this.What is participatory evaluation, and ebook is it conducted? Traditional evaluation is often seen as something ebook is done to people (Patton, ). Participatory evaluation is different.

It is a bottom-up approach to evaluation that is guided either partially or fully by interested program participants, staff, board members, and community members.