Evaluations are used to determine the value of an initiative, framework, intervention, project or a whole organisation. In practice, there are many different types of evaluation (such as process, outcomes and cost effectiveness) and therefore it is important to clarify the aims and objectives of the evaluation, in order to generate reliable data and make pragmatic recommendations.

We have a wealth of experience designing and conducting evaluations using a variety of approaches and frameworks including, for example, experimental design, ‘realist’ approaches, 5Is, SARA. In addition to using a range of conventional and innovative approaches we are accustomed to matching evaluation requirements to budget constraints and demanding time frames.

See examples of our research projects on the publications and case studies pages.