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those directly tasked with monitoring and evaluation; a wide range of stakeholders expected to participate in monitoring and evaluation tasks; and those expected to use findings or recommendations (e.g. [clear filter]
Monday, June 14

1:00pm EDT

W5: Logic Models: Platform for Monitoring & Evaluation Planning, Implementation, and Use of Findings
Limited Capacity seats available

Logic models are used to describe important components of a program and link activities to intended outcomes. For the purposes of monitoring and evaluation, a wellconstructed logic model directly informs the selection of specific questions to be addressed; discussion of data needs; and translation of findings to real-world recommendations for improvement. The workshop addresses two key questions:
(1) What are the hallmarks of a well-constructed, scientifically-sound, and useful logic model?
(2) How do we maximize the use of high-quality logic models for monitoring and evaluation planning, implementation and use of findings?

Monday June 14, 2010 1:00pm - 4:00pm EDT
Hampton Ballroom

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