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Posts tagged ‘intervention logic’

Evaluation framework for the Healthy Homes Guarantee Act

Year: 2018

Developed a framework to guide the evaluation of the effectiveness of the Healthy Homes Guarantee Act and its implementation via the Healthy Homes Standards, information and education campaigns, and enforcement of compliance. 

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Evaluation framework for the labour market migration policy changes

Year: 2017

A framework was developed to guide an evaluation of the effectiveness of the 2017 changes to the Essential Skills Work visas and Skilled Migrant Category Residence visas. The framework specifies a mixed method evaluation that will gather information from diverse sources over three years. It will ascertain the extent to which the policy changes have achieved their goals and avoided unintended, negative consequences.

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Longitudinal research on housing

Year: 2013

Several contributions were made to Housing New Zealand’s longitudinal research project, including provision of interviewing services, analysis of qualitative and quantitative data, development of a logic model and evaluation framework, and reporting on specific topics of interest. The research has been used to improve services for tenants and applicants.

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Development of a monitoring and evaluation framework to support the Pest Management National Plan of Action, 2010-2035

Years: 2011 – 2012

A monitoring and evaluation framework was developed to enable pest management agencies to assess the value of pest management, and to assist the development of an agile, efficient and effective pest management system.

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E Tū Kahikatea – Evaluation of the Contribution of Te Wānanga o Aotearoa to Aotearoa New Zealand Communities and Society

Years: 2008 – 2010

A large scale, mixed method research and evaluation project examined Te Wānanga o Aotearoa practices, and evaluated the outcomes from Te Wānanga o Aotearoa education. Te Wānanga o Aotearoa is New Zealand’s second largest tertiary education institution, and this report helped to fill a significant and longstanding gap in New Zealand’s understanding of how it works and what it achieves.

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