Our WorkProject Evaluation
In order for international development activities to actually contribute to eradicating poverty in developing countries, we must systematically and thoroughly evaluate the actual results of our projects. A thorough evaluation of the projects we conduct can confirm whether the reduction of poverty and the capacity building of the local people that the projects are meant to obtain have actually been achieved.
If we can systematically organize the experiences and lessons earned through these projects, we can utilize them in creating better projects.
These experiences and lessons we accumulate also become the foundation for allowing the opinions of the field to be reflected in the international development policies of the government.
Global Civic Sharing evaluates the outcomes of its projects and share those results through reports and evaluation seminars. It is our effort to improve our accountability and competence.