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In non profits grant writing, is the evauluation section different from the program outcome and accomplishments in measureable terms section different.
When doing the outline for non profit grants, there is one section on "Evaluation" and another section of "Program Goals and Objectives" which includes "outcome and accomplishments in measureable terms". My question what is the difference in these two sections. Pls advise asap.

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Asked by Lindy Thursday Oct 15th 2009 in Uncategorized
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I think it's the "outcome and accomplishments in measureable terms" that we don't understand. Can you give an example of this specifically, as well

Thanks in advance.

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Thanks for you promt reply. Can you give an example for each, Evaluation and Program Goals and Objectives, outcome and accomplishments in measureable terms.

Thanks in advance.

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The "Evaluation" section of a grant proposal is a description of the methods in which you or your organization will evaluate your progress.

The "Program Goals and Objectives" section of a grant proposal is the section that describes the specific goals of your program, as well as the end objectives of the program at its completion or through its duration.

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