The Joint Australia COVID-19 Update – 9 October 2020
The Joint’s (JDC) approach to impact measurement reflects the diversity and scope of our global work. We apply a unified philosophy to decentralised and program-driven systems that are customised to each area of our work. We utilise the MERL framework — Monitoring, Evaluation, Research, and Learning — to ensure organisational resources are used as effectively and efficiently as possible, as well as hold ourselves accountable to our donors, the communities in which we operate, and, most importantly, the people we serve.
We collect & analyse data at both the program and the divisional/regional level.
Our program evaluation includes both internal efforts and external studies, both formative and summative, using both qualitative and quantitative approaches.
We gather additional insights and data (qualitative and quantitative) related to the environmental context of our work, as well as the program itself.
Drawing on our monitoring, evaluation, and research, we make informed decisions about our programs.
To learn more about our Impact in our five pillars of work and specific Impact Report Studies, please click here.
The Joint Australia wishes you Shabbat Shalom and a safe and enjoyable weekend.
Eva Fischl OAM
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