Date: January 28, 2020
Communicating your evaluation report in a single page requires careful messaging and visualisation. Khulisa collated the following quick links from a variety of sources to serve as some inspiration when developing one-page evaluation reports:
- This blog by EvaluATE details a 10-step process: One Pagers: Simple and Engaging Reporting
- This resource, also by EvaluATE, is rich in examples (https://www.evalu-ate.org/one-pagers/) while this worksheet will help with practical steps and questions to ask yourself before designing the one-pager
- An academic article detailing how the 1-pager can be used to effectively communicate community-based participatory research (CBPR) to policymakers
- Two resources by Stephanie Evergreen: one unpacking a good example ; the other taking you through a how-to guide.