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ENN 2015 External Evaluation

Author: Mokoro Ltd
Year: 2015
Resource type: Report

This is the report of an independent evaluation of the Emergency Nutrition Network (ENN), undertaken by a team from Mokoro Limited.

The evaluation of ENN was specified as a performance evaluation, balancing a summative assessment of ENN performance over the past 5 years (2010–2015) with formative conclusions to influence ENN strategy and programme design for the coming period. The evaluation included a review of currently available planning and programming documents and also took account of ENN’s earlier history.

Evaluation questions addressed ENN’s strategy and performance over the past five years, as well as ENN as an organisation. The main evaluation questions were:

EQ1 What was the quality of ENN's strategy for 2010–2015?

EQ2 How effective was ENN's strategy? What results has ENN achieved?

EQ3 How efficient has ENN been in achieving results? Are its results value for money?

EQ4 What external and internal factors account for ENN's results (or lack of results)

An executive summary and a full report are available here. 



ENN_EVAL-Mokoro-Final-Summary(Sep2015).pdf (PDF, 131kb)

ENN_EVAL-ER_Mokoro-Final(Sep2015).pdf (PDF, 1.7mb)

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