1.4. How will the program’s success be measured?

Show how the program’s success will be measured for the activities, outputs and outcomes from Table 4. Indicators should be based on the SMART principles (specific, measurable, attainable, relevant and time-bound). Further guidance on selecting indicators can be found at the BetterEvaluation website.

Table 5 should build on Table 4. A new row should be added to the table for each activity, output and outcome to identify an indicator, baseline, target and data source. Clearly identify and explain any gaps.

Table 5. How will the program's success be measured?

Program stage

Indicator

Baseline

Target

Data source

     
     
    

Last updated: 14 December 2020

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