Itad is working in collaboration with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) and Avenir Health to independently evaluate and distil lessons from the Adolescents 360 (A360) program. The evaluation of A360 includes an outcome evaluation led by LSHTM, a process evaluation (PE) led by Itad and a cost-effectiveness study led by Avenir Health.
At the heart of each evaluation component is a cross-cutting engagement and research uptake strategy, outlining how the learning will be shared with internal and external stakeholders. The evaluation components are designed to be mutually reinforcing and complementary, with a view to being able to provide a comprehensive snapshot of the impact of A360.
The primary objective of the Process Evaluation (PE) is to present a descriptive and analytical account of how the implementation of A360 has played out, with the aim of improving understanding of how and why A360 is making a difference, in order to generate lessons for future policy and practice.
This report details our Process Evaluation methodology, including the evaluation questions, workstreams, methods and tools. The original methodology document was updated during the Scale phase of the programme in early 2019.