“One of the great mistakes is to judge policies and programs by their intentions rather than their results”
― Milton Friedman
Determining if a program or project has been successful relies on:
- focused questions - to check whether the right actions were undertaken.
- robust evidence - of both the delivery of activities and the resulting outcomes.
- independent evaluators - to ensure credibile results.
Riverness provides independent evaluations of projects and programs to enable reporting, improve planning and enhance delivery. We assess project effectiveness, impact, appropriateness, efficiency and legacy.