Disability inclusion in evaluation
Evaluations support learning, improve effectiveness and efficiency of projects and programs and help to hold donors and governments accountable for their results as well as take important decisions. It is therefore of paramount importance to involve marginalized groups and communities, especially People with Disabilities, to capture their inputs into evaluation results.
- Do you consider the concept of inclusive evaluation always respected during design and actual evaluations of projects and programs?
- What hinders full involvement of people with disabilities in projects and program evaluations? Please share personal experiences.
- How could Evaluators mitigate the risks associated with absence of inclusive evaluations specifically for people living with disabilities in our communities?