The project should have clear indicators for evaluation and assessment.

Make sure you know which way you want the wind to blow in your project. Photo by Aldiyar Seitkassymov from Pexels
Evaluation and assessment are important when you want to find out if your project had its intended effect. Check out “Stage 8: Evaluation, Assessment and Follow-up Projects” for more information and activities on evaluation. Here is an initial source helping you discover evaluation and assessment, a toolkit by the Council of Europe called “Educational Evaluation in Youth Work”:

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