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Monitor and Evaluate for Sustainability

Monitoring and evaluation may help your organization be more sustainable. Learn how to monitor and evaluate for sustainability.
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Many organizations monitor and evaluate because funders ask them to. However, monitoring and evaluation may also help your organization be more sustainable. Author Lee Mizell explains how to monitor and evaluate for sustainability.

Although the blog post is old, some of its concepts are still useful today. It published in 2005 at the Philanthropy News Digest.

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