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Why a logic model approach can help you conduct an assessment of the impact of community involvement (14 Aug 17)

Here’s an ingenious but wonderfully simple new way to help you with your Impact Assessments


Many housing associations now conduct “impact assessment” of their work in the community.  

This means measuring both the extent to which residents are able to influence their housing association’s activities and services and what the effects are of this influence. 

The basic assumption underlying this assessment is that resident involveme…

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