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volunteers to provide their inputs and suggestions to the evaluation process. The evaluation focused on the impact of activities including; capacity building, planning, HIS, community participation, coordination with MINSA, and sustainability. The methodologies used to obtain information for the evaluation included:

Document Review

Key Informant Interviews

Group Interviews

Observations

IV. EVALUATION PLAN

The evaluation was divided into four phases:

Phase I Planning

Preplanning (Formation of team, logistics, document review, selection of communities)

Planning Workshop (Content, methodologies, design of instruments)

Phase II Data Collection

Field Work visits

Other interviews

Document review

Phase III Data Analysis

Summarize data

Analysis of data by the evaluation team  (2 day Analysis Workshop)

Phase IV Presentation

Written report  

Formal presentation to be scheduled after report is finalized

The evaluation team was divided into 3 small groups to collect information from the field.  Each team consisted of 5 people.  The teams were in the field for 4 days to visit 16 communities previously selected for visits. The communities were selected using the following criteria:

-Remove all communities that take longer than 3 hours to reach from Barranquitas, San Jose Sisa or Tarapoto, or due to the rains, would be difficult to reach

-Randomly select 24 communities (5 from Lamas 9 from San Martin, and 10 from El Dorado) and group them into three circuits.  

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