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Appendix C: Sample Participant Evaluation Form.

Please answer all sections of this evaluation form. Your responses will assist the training organizers in determining what modifications, if any, should be made to this program.

I. Overall Evaluation

1. Please check the choice that best reflects your overall evaluation of this training:

(1) Very good (2) Good (3) Fair (4) Poor (5) Very poor

II. Achievement Objectives

2. The general objective of the training are to ensure that you have the knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary to carry out the sexual and reproductive health rights (SRHR) advocacy. Please circle the appropriate number to indicate the degree to which you feel that objective was achieved:

5 = totally; 4 = mostly; 3 = somewhat; 2 = hardly; and 1 = not at all.

3. If rated the achievement of the objectives at 1, 2, or 3, please indicate why you feel that it was 'somewhat', 'hardly', or 'not at all' achieved and please offer any suggestions you might have to improve it.


III. Other Aspects of the Training

For each of the following questions, check the response that best represents your opinion. Please add any other comments you have.

4. How relevant to your work was the overall workshop?

(1) Extremely (2) Mostly (3) Somewhat (4) Not very (5) Not at all

5. What aspects of the workshop were the most important or useful for you? Why?


6. What aspects of the workshop were the least important or useful for you? Why?


7. How well did the course content meet your expectations?

(1) Totally (2) Mostly (3) Partially (4) Not at all


8. How well did the training methods contribute to achieving the workshop objectives?

(1) Extremely well (2) Mostly (3) Moderately (4) Minimally (5) Not at all



9. What three things could the organizers of this training have done to make the training more effective for you?



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PATH/UNFPA, 2003 A Rights-Based Approach to Reproductive Health Outlook, Volume 20

The POLICY Project, 1999 Networking for Policy Change: An Advocacy Training Manual, The Futures Group International, Washington, DC

Shannon A, Advocating for Adolescent Reproductive Health in Sub-Saharan Africa, Advocates for Youth, 1998 Washington D.C

Sprechmann S & Pelton E, Advocacy Tools and Guidelines: Promoting Policy Change, Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere, Inc. (CARE), 2001, Atlanta

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