Realist process evaluation

Realist process evaluation is one of three approaches that will be employed to evaluate the ALERT intervention. It consists of a nested realist evaluation to understand what worked, for whom, and under which conditions and why. It is complemented by an economic evaluation (WP8).

Work package 7 leader : Bruno Marchal (ITM), Virginia Castellano (ITM)

Team members :

Christelle Boyi (BJ) Helle Mölsted Avlesson (KI)
Gisele Houngbo (BJ) Bianca Kandeya (MW)
Eric Akpi (BJ) Wanangwa Chimwaza (MW)
Jean-Paul Dossou (BJ) Fadhlun Alwy Al-Beity (TZA – MUHAS)
Lenka Benova (ITM) Beatrice Mwilike (TZA – MUHAS)
Sara van Belle (ITM) Regine Unkels (TZA)
Claudia Hanson (KI) Gertrude Namazzi (UG)
Kristi S. Annerstedt (KI) Elizabeth Ayebare (UG)

The aim : 
To identify and test the causal pathways through which the ALERT intervention is expected to achieve its impact. Summarily, this evaluation aims to develop and test the programme theory underlying the ALERT intervention in order to answer the question “Which components of the ALERT intervention work, how, for whom and in which contexts?” This will provide policymakers with evidence they can use to implement the ALERT intervention in their own context.

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