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January 2010
This manual is designed to help violence prevention organizations hire an empowerment evaluator who will assist them in building their evaluation capacity through a learn-by-doing process of evaluating their own strategies.
Authors: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
January 2010
This series of four guides was originally developed for OVC and the grantees who received funding to serve victims of human trafficking.
Authors: Office for Victims of Crime, Training and Technical Assistance Center
August 2007
This report provides a summary of findings from a review of evidence concerning the effectiveness of universal school-based violence prevention programs.
Authors: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
2005
This article provides the basics of benchmarking including what it is, how it can be useful, and how it differs from evaluation.
Authors: Vince Hyman
2001
In an easy-to-read format with examples and exercises, this guidebook is intended to lay the groundwork for thinking about how to gauge progress, with an emphasis on how to conceptualize evaluation of a community development initiative.
Authors: Kimberly Francis
August 2011
This report presents data from the National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS) on trends in seeking help from victim-service agencies after experiencing a violent crime.
Authors: Lynn Langton
December 2011
This toolkit provides guidance to local primary prevention providers on all stages of program evaluation including determining needs, resources, and capacity, stating outcomes and developing a logic model, and collecting, managing, and analyzing evaluation data.
Authors: Amy Bush Stevens and Sandra Ortega
October 2009
This manual is intended to support prevention educators in building upon what they are already doing to evaluate their programs. Through evaluation, sexual violence prevention educators will be able to show what they have always trusted: that their programs do make a positive difference.
Authors: Stephanie M. Townsend
2000
This guide provides helpful program evaluation strategies for sexual violence programs, including process and outcome evaluation, logic models, data collection, and analysis. Samples are provided.
Authors: Cris M. Sullivan and Suzanne Coats
2008
Being gender-responsive means creating an environment through site selection, staff selection, program development, content, and material that reflects an understanding of the lives of women and girls and responds to their strengths and challenges. This assessment provides a tool to evaluate the gender responsiveness of programs.
Authors: Stephanie S. Covington and Barbara E. Bloom