CashBack For Communities Phase Four Impact Evaluation
financial information may be required on a quarterly basis, outcomes may be best reported less frequently than quarterly. There remain opportunities to streamline requirements, particularly as partners have become much more confident and able to demonstrate the outcomes they are achieving. Some of this learning has already been built into phase five of the programme. • Gender balance – During phase three of the programme, more men benefited from the programme than young women. Targeted action was taken during phase four, which helped to achieve a broadly equal gender balance among participants. However, it is important to carry this learning through to the phase five, to ensure that a focused approach is taken to continuing to achieve a gender balance across the programme.
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