CarePortal

Evaluation Planning

Project Date
Feb 2019 – present

Type of Evaluation
Planning

Setting
Community-based, Faith-based

Overview

The Global Orphan Project works to break the orphan cycle through the power of community, commerce, and the love of Jesus. CarePortal is a web-based platform developed by the Global Orphan Project that connects a network of churches, partner non-profits, and child welfare agencies to address the needs of children and families. Since its launch in 2015, CarePortal has 1,900 partnering churches and has served over 44,000 children in 20 states.

The Evaluation Center is partnering with CarePortal to develop an evaluation plan, including a logic model and evaluation question matrix.

Project Description

Background

CarePortal is an online platform that brings the needs of hurting children and families to the community’s attention. Caseworkers uncover the needs. CarePortal makes local churches aware, giving them a real-time opportunity to respond. The Evaluation Center worked in close collaboration with the CarePortal team and stakeholders to develop an evaluation plan for the CarePortal and then implement it. The purpose of the evaluation is to demonstrate the degree to which the long-term outcomes of children and families who participate in CarePortal are.

Evaluation Activities

  • Develop an evaluation plan.
  • Develop survey and key informant interview guides and protocols.
  • Collect, analyze, and synthesize interview findings.
  • Develop dissemination products with key findings and recommendations.

Our Products

  • Evaluation plan, including logic model and methods matrix
  • Descriptive summary of comparison group
  • Key Informant interview: Thematic Analysis Snapshot
  • One-page Snapshot
  • Executive Summary
  • Comprehensive Evaluation Report

Project Funder

CarePortal

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