Rapid rural appraisal is used for planning, initiating, and evaluating development interventions. It aims at building effective community infrastructure and improving welfare outcomes. Rapid evaluation ensures the optimum involvement of the target segment into the project/policies, and enhances shared objectives. It enables the local people to be able to represent and analyze information about their livelihoods, needs, strengths or other issues, empowers them through a process of collaborative analysis and learning, enabling the research agencies rapidly collect that information.
Our company recommends appraisals for:
Customizing interventions according to the needs and conditions of the communities where they work
Refining the methods and activities as information is gathered for monitoring purposes
Sharpening follow-up activities and updating future projects as a result of what is learned in evaluations