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Children Helping Monitor and Evaluate

If your project helps children, they can help decide its goals and assess progress. Learn how to have children helping monitor and evaluate.
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Children, too, can help decide what goals are important and how to measure progress. In other words, if your project works with children, they can help monitor and evaluate the project. This toolkit can guide you in providing children and other stakeholders the support they need. It describes 10 steps in the process.

Additionally, the toolkit shares examples of how organizations have children helping monitor and evaluate. It also explains why it is important to involve children with disabilities, including deaf children. Further, it provides examples of how to accommodate their needs.

However, it will be important to consult with both Deaf-led and disability-led organizations for detail. The right accommodations can allow Deaf children, and children with disabilities, to participate fully. Meanwhile, poor accommodations results in exclusion.

This PDF file is partly accessible for people using screen reading software. However, they may have some difficulty with navigation.

Explore other resources on monitoring and evaluation. Or, explore other resources on deaf children.

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