Participatory Action Research

Source: 
GrantCraft (Ford Foundation)

Date

2007

Case Study Sector

Management

"In so many evaluations,” said a program officer, “no one thinks to ask the users.” Participatory action research offers grantmakers a way to do so. It engages all parties in all aspects of an evaluation, from defining the problem to gathering and analyzing data to preparing recommendations. In this guide, learn about a unique evaluation method and how grantmakers used it to evaluate programs in agriculture, early childhood development, and immigration. Includes two mini case studies, one from the United States and one from China. Part of a series on evaluation techniques. 

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Keyword

  • Evaluation

Region

  • Asia
  • Northern America

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