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Evaluating Participatory Evaluation By Pradeep Narayanan

An Evaluation in the context of development sector is, at the end, a research study to understand whether the development programmer has achieved or is achieving its purpose. Communities at margins need to be important stakeholder in such evaluation. Evaluations have several stages- from objective setting, design development, data collection, analyzing and inference, dissemination, and use of the evaluation product. Ideally, a participatory evaluation requires communities to have role in all these stages.

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