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Research and Evaluation

Peace Corps is committed to truly becoming a learning organization, one in which Peace Corps Volunteers, host country partners, and staff can learn new ways to increase their effectiveness. Evaluation is a key tool in this process to support evidenced-based decision-making and wise stewardship of the agency's resources. The regular and systematic use of evaluations demonstrates the degree to which Peace Corps is achieving its Strategic Goals. The use of evaluation findings allows the Peace Corps to understand its contributions to both the development goals of its partners and to building mutual cultural understanding.

Last updated Nov 20 2013

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