program conclusions

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Synonyms: project conclusions, intervention conclusions

Conclusions point out the factors of success and failure of the evaluated intervention, with special attention paid to the intended and unintended results, and more generally to any other strength or weakness. A conclusion draws on data collection and analysis undertaken through a transparent chain of arguments. (Glossary Monitoring and Evaluation Terms; MERG Monitoring & Evaluation Reference Group and UNAIDS)

Broader terms:
formulation stage for adaptation projects, adaptation monitoring and evaluationIn the context of adaptation to climate change, effectiveness, equity and efficiency of adaptation interventions is of great importance. M&E is essential to ensure that the prospective benefits of interventions are being released and to help improve the design of future interventions.

Narrower terms:
project outcomesOutcomes are short-term and medium-term effect of an intervention’s outputs, such as change in knowledge, attitudes, beliefs, behaviors. (Glossary Monitoring and Evaluation Terms; MERG Monitoring & Evaluation Reference Group and UNAIDS)Outcomes are short-term and medium-term effect of an ..., lessons learnedLearning from experience that is applicable to a generic situation rather than to a specific circumstance. (UNDP)Generalizations based on evaluation experiences with projects, programs, or policies that abstract from the specific circumstances to broader situations. Frequently, lessons highlight ..., best practice, program findingsProgram findings are factual statements based on evidence from one or more evaluations. (Glossary Monitoring and Evaluation Terms; MERG Monitoring & Evaluation Reference Group and UNAIDS), project follow-up actions, project recommendations

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