Our Services

  • Identify or update Goals and Outcomes. Your project may need revision or re-direction; facilitated and systematic discussion of the Mission, Goals or Outcomes would be a useful starting point.
  • Provide details of methods with budgetary detail. Methods such as these provide data for analysis of the problem that interests you about your program: Case analysis, interview, survey, direct observation, focus groups
  •  Analyze data and present findings. The analysis of qualitative or quantitative data and presentation of the results to an interested audience allow a program to interpret and use results.
  • Develop Evaluation Plan with indicators, data sources and methods.  Using one data source to verify the results of other information triangulates to build a strong basis for making program changes. Balancing numbers (quantitative) data against the stories from the field (qualitative) develops a wealth of information for future steps.
  • Develop Logic Model or a Theory of Change as a guiding consensus document. Proposal of a sequence from activities to short- and long-term outcomes ties your project together. Most importantly, discussion and consensus with staff and stakeholders brings their best effort to improve services.    

  • Synthesis of Best Practices. Your project may need a document or powerpoint that updates the program theory from what has previously been relevant.

  • Provide professional development and capacity building.   With exploration of issues or aspects of a program, pivotal information may evolve into a training sequence that would be useful for your project.

  • Develop or update appropriate desk research as needed for background and context.  Many excellent websites summarize useful data at regular intervals.  Compiling the information into a document that is specific to your needs may shed light on aspects of your project that you had not previously considered.  In addition, a review of recent available articles may be helpful in moving a project forward.