Identify and screen interventions for evaluation

Evaluation often requires expenditure of time and resource. It is important to explore the need for evaluation and the value and usefulness it will provide. 

Screening is a process to determine whether evaluation is required and the extent of evaluation. A larger scale, more important or new intervention may justify a higher level of intervention, especially if data is available to support the evaluation.

A simple screening criterion and scoring scheme with guidance on how to interpret the score is provided here. This includes an explanation of the scoring criteria. 

Screening an intervention for evaluation

Download and tick one box per criteria in Table 1 and then add up the scores. Table 3 provides additional guidance on these criteria. The scores can be compared to the guidance in Table 2 on the value of an evaluation. 

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