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Program Evaluation

As governance and circumstances change, programs and services also evolve. DPRA Canada works closely with clients to design and undertake customized systematic evaluations that can lead to changes that are both practical and effective. This requires responsible research and analysis. In practice, it means the right questions are asked, appropriate methods are employed, and evidence-based results are used to inform the development of recommendations for future improvements.

 

DPRA Canada has trained professional staff who have extensive experience in conducting evaluations at the national, territorial, provincial and community levels, particularly in the fields of health and social services. We also work with First Nations, Inuit and Métis on the evaluation of programs and services. To the benefit of our clients, DPRA Canada has the depth of understanding of the socio-economic, cultural and political environment of the organizations and communities we work with.    

How Can DPRA Canada Help?

  • Development of program evaluation plans and matrices
  • Development of program performance measures
  • Gathering evidence through qualitative and quantitative methodologies
  • Engagement of stakeholders through meetings, workshops and other techniques
  • Evidence-based analysis and reporting
  • Support for implementing recommendations