An integral part of any program is to assess its effectiveness in promoting positive change. Without formally evaluating a program, you may be wasting time, energy, and funds supporting ineffective programs in moving the needle toward positive results. Research has shown that assessing programs is critical to management and decision-making. This process involves evaluating a program’s efficiency, effectiveness, and impact to determine its success in achieving its goals and objectives. Our staff comprises child nutrition and physical literacy programming assessment and evaluation experts. After listening to organizations’ needs and input, we will develop survey instruments, conduct focus groups, analyze the findings, and deliver defined outcome measurements. We systematically evaluate a program’s outcomes and compare them to the intended objectives to identify areas of success and areas that may require improvement. This allows organizations to make informed decisions about efficiently allocating and utilizing limited resources and provides transparency and accountability to stakeholders, funders, government bodies, and the community. When stakeholders gain confidence in their program, they know their investments are effectively utilized. We offer program evaluations that can shape policies, achieve desired outcomes, and benefit the broader community. “If you are not assessing, you are guessing.”
For more information, please contact NJHKI’s Program Coordinator, Faith Qualshie, at email@example.com.