Partner: Associazione 21 luglio – Sector: Research – Country: Italy – Place: Rome – Year: 2018 - 2019 – Project Status: Concluded – Type: AMI
THE PROJECT IN SUMMARY
Evaluating the general impact of the Amarò Foro project.
THE PROJECT IN DETAIL
Undertake a wider process of revising the instruments for the monitoring and evaluation of the Amarò Foro project to make the interventions of the Association more efficient for the benefit of the project beneficiaries.
Operators and artists of the Association, 50 Roma and non-Roma children and youth between the ages of 7 and 13 from the Tor Bella Monaca area and the Salone shanty town who participate in the Amarò Foro project activities along with their families, the community and the institutions of Tor Bella Monaca.
An integral process of evaluation of the impact of the Amarò Foro project (supported by AMI since 2015) in order to ascertain the results it has achieved, its weaknesses, lessons learned and best practices, the direct and indirect benefits enjoyed by the beneficiaries as well as any lacunae, challenges and difficulties encountered.
The evaluation will last 16 months and be conducted in three phases:
Phase 1: Initial interviews and exchanges with the key actors of the Associazione 21 luglio, other partner associations and agencies through brainstorming/workshops. Development and finetuning of the instruments of evaluation;
Phase 2: Adoption of monitoring/evaluation instruments in the course of the Amarò Foro project;
Phase 3: Evaluation of the impact via meetings and interviews, site visits; revision and analysis of project data; development of the results of the evaluation; conclusions and recommendations.
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