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Process evaluation focuses on the effectiveness of program implementation and highlights successful strategies or areas for improvement. It describes program elements such as the services delivered, methodology or model used, population of interest, resources required, and the qualifications of those delivering services.

Process monitoring is the act of tracking the inputs and outputs of your project to inform your progress and contribute information for evaluation. These may include who is performing the work, how often, where, and the number of clients or patients in the program. Process evaluation also typically involves accounting for the materials, services, and key resources used.

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