Baseline Surveys

Baseline surveys, midterm and end of term evaluations and reporting

 Baseline survey is a study that is done at the beginning of a project to collect information on the status of a subject (anything from crop yields to birth weights) before any intervention can affect it. A mid-term evaluation is conducted for an ongoing programme or project. It serves two primary purposes: decision-making and taking stock of initial lessons from experience. Specifically, a mid-term evaluation provides a plan or project manager with a basis for identifying appropriate actions to: 

(a) address particular issues or problems in design, implementation and management,  and

(b) reinforce initiatives that demonstrate the potential for success.

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