An evaluation can be done at mid-term or at the end of a project. On an ongoing basis, this is monitoring. The impact assessment analyses several months or even several years after the end of the project. An evaluation is also planned upstream, integrated in advance into the objectives, key figures and criteria for change, the required proofs and the way in which these will be collected, processed, interpreted and presented to decision-makers.
EUROBOGEN is certified in the project evaluation. Its experience spans aid and development projects, for example in Nepal, Kenya, Bangladesh, Brazil and Mexico, India, Bolivia and the Philippines. The principals originators are NGOs, foundations and international associations which outsource the evaluation in order to have an external view of the relevance and good governance of the projects for which they are also the donors.
EUROBOGEN assesses the change programs that are implemented in organizations. Whether of an industrial, commercial or public service nature, innovation, improvement and mobility programs require support – consultancy – to assess along the way the real causes and effects of the expected change.
The evaluation methods cover the qualitative and the quantitative. The evaluation process includes: questionnaires, interviews, focus groups, official visits and open discussions as well as mystery visits for observation. The participatory method uses debates, dialogues and meetings to understand feelings, skills and actions.
EUROBOGEN is certified ISO 26000 assessor (AFNOR) and puts itself at the service of establishments to engage in a preparation for the standard, an adapted assessment or a systemic and consequent follow-up to obtain certification.
EUROBOGEN consultants provide training modules on evaluation in order to deepen the methodological skills of employees in any establishment.