Stages of Evaluation
Stage 1. Conceptualize
Convene stakeholders to clarify the conservation need, establish the goal, and identify key threats.
Stage 2. Plan Actions and Monitoring
Identify priority geographies, strategies, outcomes, and metrics for gauging progress.
Assess key risks to success and incorporate mitigating strategies.
Stage 3. Implement Actions and Monitoring
Incorporate information gathered in Stages 1 and 2 into the development of a business plan.
Invest in grant projects that are aligned with our strategies.
Stage 4. Analyze, Use, Adapt
Assess our grantmaking processes and progress towards conservation goals.
Adapt grantmaking strategies in response to our findings.
Stage 5. Capture and Share Learning
We communicate what we learn with internal and external audiences through: