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How do we evaluate our impact?

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 How do we evaluate our impact?

In 1998 a Mid-term Evaluation of WBI’s Anti-corruption Initiatives was conducted by the University of Utrecht. This evaluation examined both the program logic and implementation of activities; it noted, among other things, that the program logic was sound, that the surveys were important instruments, the workshops well designed and organized and that the new approaches were positively received by government, parliament and civil society. It made 10 recommendations, most of which have been or are being implemented. The University of Utrecht is currently conducting a four-year research program on WBI’s anti-corruption program and is providing us with continual feedback and further recommendations for improvements.




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