Evaluating prevention resource

This guide shares learning from our work about how to evaluate prevention.  We suggest approaches you can take and share examples from the third sector.

Measuring what matters Case Study: RoSPA

This case study from The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (ROSPA) is about how they used the framework to help evaluate the impact of their water safety workshops with partners.

Measuring what matters Framework

Measuring what matters framework is an evaluation framework to support community safety practitioners delivering activities to prevent unintentional harm or injury. This framework’ helps to shift the balance from measuring

Measuring what matters Framework – Logic Model

Measuring what matters framework is an evaluation framework to support community safety practitioners delivering activities to prevent unintentional harm or injury This framework’ helps to shift the balance from measuring

Preventing Homelessness

In response to the Scottish Government’s homelessness action plan, The National Lottery Community Fund made a strategic decision to fund a small number of sizeable projects with a focus on preventing homelessness in Glasgow and Edinburgh. This report is one of a series that came out of this programme.

Recognising our rich tapestry: COPE Scotland case study

COPE Scotland have used “Recognising our rich tapestry: measuring the contribution of third sector organisations to tackling health inequalities” to explain and prove how their self-management support service contributes to tackling health inequalities.

Recognising our rich tapestry: Saheliya case study

Saheliya have used “Recognising our rich tapestry: measuring the contribution of third sector organisations to tackling health inequalities” to explain and prove how their service contributes to tackling health inequalities.

Recognising our rich tapestry: Tasting Change case study

Tasting Change have used “Recognising our rich tapestry: measuring the contribution of third sector organisations to tackling health inequalities” to explain and prove how their cooking groups programme contributes to tackling health inequalities.