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Abstract

Aotearoa New Zealand is a small bicultural island nation in the Pacific with a multicultural population, a context that poses unique challenges for new evaluators, as it does for our more experienced counterparts. As emerging evaluators, the key challenge we have faced is navigating relationships, at the interface between program funders and culturally diverse communities, with integrity, and to ensure meaningful, credible, and valid evaluation findings. Drawing on their early experiences, the authors discuss their discoveries on sailing through relationships toward evaluation that is “good.” © Wiley Periodicals, Inc., and the American Evaluation Association