Project Evaluation is critical to project success and project replication. ZCG offers project evaluations at base-line, mid-line and end-line stages. These evaluations are intended to inform project implementers and stakeholders on the best way to progress. The evaluations also give guidelines on what must be changed and maintained in the project implementation process.

Baseline Evaluation

This type of evaluation is conducted at the beginning of a project or program, in order to analyze the current situation of the intended beneficiaries. A baseline evaluation sets a tone for the indicators that will be used to assess the achievement of project outcomes and impacts using a logical framework.

Mid-line Evaluation

Mid-line or mid-term project evaluation aims to assess the continued relevance of the project implementation process and the progress made towards achieving the stated objectives. The evaluation provides an opportune time to make modifications to ensure the achievement of the objectives within a specific time frame.

End-line Evaluation

End-line or final project evaluation is conducted at the end of project implementation. It is the final evaluation of the project as it forms a basis for project closure. It gives the project sponsor, implementers and stakeholders information on the target and actual comparison with regard to the project and procedure objectives in terms of deliverables, scheduling and finances. The lessons learned are documented in a summary and may be used for project replication