Brooke's evaluation policy and recent evaluation reports.
What is an evaluation?
An evaluation is a process to establish value, worth and merit of interventions. Brooke uses evaulations as both management and organisational learning tools to support Brooke affiliates, branches and partners in helping more working animals in need in more places around the world.
An evaluation has three main objectives:
- Accountability: To improve Brooke-wide transparency and accountability for impact of our actions through affiliates, branches and partners
- Learning: To contribute feedback for learning and ongoing improvement of Brooke’s work and the wider sector
- Management: To strengthen the decision-making process by the senior leadership team based on sound assessment of effectiveness, efficiency, relevance, impact and sustainability of Brooke’s interventions
Brooke is aligned with international norms and standard, such as the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and the Development Assistance Committee (DAC) quality standards.
For more information, read our evaluation policy
Brooke Evaluation Policy 347.14 KB