Posts tagged ‘acaps’

Spotting dubious data

ACAPS has produced a great poster on “Spotting Dubious Data”. They make reference to humanitarian action but it applies across all sectors.  Below is a simplified version of the poster.

I think particularly point 1. is often ignored when looking at data – WHY was this data collected…

View the complete poster>>

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August 23, 2017 at 9:13 am Leave a comment

Evaluating communication products – an example

I’ve written previously about the challenge of evaluating communication products – websites, brochures, videos and reports – rather than a communication campaign or programme as a whole.

I’ve just been involved in carrying out an evaluation of products for ACAPS, an NGO focused on assessment in humanitarian crises – and as part of their mandate they produce analytical products (mainly reports) on crisis situations globally. To carry out the evaluation, we undertook 40 interviews with users of their products and then analysed and categorised the type of use, satisfaction ratings and unmet needs. You can view the evaluation report here (pdf)>>.

July 23, 2014 at 6:32 am Leave a comment


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