After being interviewed for his research, ImpactReady invited Chris Morris, a graduate student, to write up his findings from assessing the level of real participation in humanitarian evaluations.

After assessing a sample of reports and speaking with NGOs and evaluations, Chris concluded that "Evaluators need to be given more leeway to involve communities in all stages of the evaluation. To provide this leeway a different approach to commissioning and designing evaluations is needed."

His full piece includes a discussion of 5 areas where we can include participation in evaluation and can be found at:

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Comment by Rituu B Nanda on March 5, 2015 at 23:31

Hi Joseph, thanks for sharing this blog. I liked it very much.

I facilitate participatory evaluation and in my experience too degree of participation and at which stage of participation are critical. My high moment has been when I was able to facilitate analysis with the community. My dream is to promote participatory practices and bring together those who facilitate these approaches. Warm greetings!

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