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  1. Day 2 Workshop on “COMMUNITY MOBILIZATION”
  2. Plan Together-OBJECTIVES Does the objective reflect a time period in which it will be accomplished (e.g., during the first quarter or mid-point of the project period)? Time Bound Is the project able to obtain the level of involvement and change reflected in each objective? Realistic Does the objective delineate an area or population (e.g., sex, age, village)? Appropriate Are the targets measurable (e.g., how much of an increase or how many people)? Measurable Is the objective clear in terms of what, how, when, and where the situation will be changed? Specific SMART GUIDELINES FOR OBJECTIVES
  3. PLANNING TOGETHER MATRIX How will we know when we have achieved the result? (measurable, observable outcomes) When? How long is needed for each activity? (from __ to __) What resources do we need to achieve the result? Who is responsible for each activity (and for the end result?) What are we going to do to achieve the result? (Activities) What challenges do we think we will face in trying to achieve this result? What do we want to achieve specifically related to _______? (e.g., health service facilities) “Desired Results” Indicators of Success Timeline Resources People Responsible Tasks/ Activities Barriers/ Constraints Desired Results/ Objectives
  4. A Comparison of External and Internal Evaluators - Knows the program very well. - Finds it hardest to be objective. - Is part of the power and authority structure. - May be motivated by hopes of personal gain. - May not be specially trained in evaluation methods. Does not have more (or only a little more) training than others in the program. - Is familiar with and understands the program and can interpret personal behavior and attitudes. - Known to the program, so poses no threat of anxiety or disruption. Final recommendations may appear less threatening. - Can take a fresh look at the program. - Not personally involved, so it is easier to be objective. - Is not part of the normal power structure. - Gains nothing from the program, but may gain prestige from the evaluation. - Trained in evaluation methods. May have experience in other evaluations. Regarded as an expert by the program. - An outsider may not understand the program or the people involved. May take a long time to read background information. - May cause anxiety as program staff and participants are not sure of his or her motives. Internal External
  5. Evaluation Plan When will this information be collected What resources/ materials will be needed Who will collect this information How will we collect this information What information do we need to answer What questions do we need to ask What are the objectives and expected Outcomes

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  1. Introduce the objectives of training