3 edition of Summary of present practices in evaluation of water resource projects found in the catalog.
Summary of present practices in evaluation of water resource projects
Struyk, Raymond J.
by Institute for Urban and Regional Studies, Washington University in St. Louis, Mo
Written in English
|Series||Working paper CWR, 13|
|Contributions||United States. Army. Corps of Engineers|
|LC Classifications||HD1694 A5 S8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||40|
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Monitoring and Evaluation of a Water Project. A picture of water flowing from a new well is a beginning, not an end. It's the beginning of a new way of life for a community and it's the beginning of our measuring the outcomes of what we do. Most simply, monitoring and evaluation is about making sure that the work we do is the best we can do.
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The project evaluation process has been around as long as there have been projects to evaluate. But when it comes to the science of project management, project evaluation can be broken down into three main types: pre-project evaluation, ongoing evaluation and post-project evaluation.
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promotes use of the results. Use of evaluation results must be planned, directed, and intentional (Patton, ). Starting with the written evaluation plan and culminating with the final evaluation report and dissemination and use of the evaluation information.
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