Evaluation Tasks

We at the Arete Collaborative are happy to help educational institutions, foundations, non-profits, corporations, and government agencies to develop their programs, conduct meaningful research, build evaluation capacity, and evaluate programs and projects for desirable outcomes connected to their values and mission.

Our collaborative is able and ready to help throughout the process of evaluation and program development projects as well as with various tasks in each area:


  • Research design
  • Logic model formation
  • Program theory development
  • Value chain analysis
  • Project management and logistics
  • Literature reviews
  • Basic HTML programming
  • Evaluation capacity building workshops, lessons, and coaching


  • Survey design
  • Survey administration and analysis
  • Group and personal interviews
  • Ripple effect mapping
  • Ethnography/participant observation
  • Qualitative coding and analysis
  • Descriptive statistical analysis
  • Regression and statistical analysis
  • Financial analysis


  • Policy memos
  • Reports
  • Dialogues with stakeholders about data
  • PowerPoint presentations


As a collaborative, we have particular strength in the following software programs that are often used in evaluation:

  • NVivo
  • GIS
  • Stata
  • SPSS
  • R
  • Qualtrics
  • Microsoft Office
  • Google programs


Our intercultural collaborative also has a wide array of languages we are proficient in and able to use as part of our evaluation practice (proficiency is native fluent/bilingual unless otherwise noted):

  • English
  • Guan
  • Luganda (high beginner)
  • Rukiga & Runyankole (high beginner)
  • Sinhalese
  • Spanish
  • Tagalog
  • Twi

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