Evaluation of multinational programs: Value and challenges

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Opportunities for the evaluation of multinational projects offer potential for insights into project operations and effects across sites, cultures, nations, and regions. The author discusses the value of building robust multinational evaluations, practical considerations for gaining ethical clearances in diverse settings, and ways to accommodate projects with varied implementation processes and goals. © Wiley Periodicals, Inc., and the American Evaluation Association

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