TeamMx Field
Advisory Board

Teammax Field Program Evaluation Report (TFPER)

The TeamMx Field Advisory Board prepares a TeamMx Field Program Evaluation Report (TFPER) inline with its mandate to advise the Directorate on the status of its field units performance inline with mission objectives.

Community build is a concept within the Global Reach Initiative, having strategic importance in advancing stakeholder communities within the context of social and economic development. It recognizes spiritual values as being integral to a diverse humanity, providing the foresight and energy needed to achieve sustainable results.

TFPER, through its analysis of field unit operations, provides the support needed to ensure the success of the Global Reach Initiative (GRI). It details the systematic evaluation of TeamMx Field Units work with stakeholder communities, with resultant feedback to help solve the many problems they encounter. It is they, those trained field unit members, who work with countless community-based members, stakeholders, local organizations, and NGO representatives to improve individual performance capabilities at ground level.

By analysis, we mean the investigation and evaluation of merit, worth, significance, effort, practice, method, and approach used in community-based efforts to achieve stated sustainable objectives.

We emphasize practical, ongoing evaluation that involves field unit staff, community members, local stakeholders, and others. This process offers many advantages for all players and development professionals alike, to voice their opinions and address concerns they believe will help improve the process and move projects forward.

TFPER provides a framework that promotes a common understanding of program evaluation, and in ways that make it easier for everyone involved in development work to evaluate their efforts, and give incentive in ways that complements program functions increase management efficiency:

-Clarify program planning.

-Improve communications among field unit members and stakeholder communities.

-Gather the feedback needed to improve program effectiveness, understand that evaluation is not a new activity but one that’s ongoing, and strive to improve community relationships by providing quality support.

-Evaluate the merit of work performed by asking questions, consulting with partners, complete assessments based on feedback, and use sound judgments to improve the process.

Stakeholders and community members have a vested interest in the program’s success. They have much to gain from what they learn based on knowledge gained and in deciding ways to further program support.

Everything related to Community Build and it’s accompanying socio-economic development efforts involves building strong partnerships, community relations, and establishing alliances with external forces and others to assist help in resolving difficulties that arise when faced with intractable problems.

Serious effort to evaluate new and ongoing programs must consider the often divergent cultural value systems upheld by those involved. Therefore, the evaluation strategy includes no strict set rules or guidelines. Instead, we encourage an honest approach and reliable feedback through joint consultation to evaluate and improve the process.

Stakeholders and community members are part of an ongoing process designed to ensure that they take all perspectives into consideration. In this way, participants take ownership of the evaluation process, are then more willing to agree with its findings and adopt the changes needed change to improve program performance.

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