Intercultural projects SUSTAINABILITY is probably one of the biggest challenges for Intercultural Managers. SUSTAINABILITY is defined as the project capacity to continue its activities indefinitely. That is why Environmental SUSTAINABILITY (cf. Sustainable Development), is defined as the ability to maintain rates of renewable resources harvest. In simple words, a project is SUSTAINABLE if, and only if, it guarantees continuous flow of activities as long as necessary. Large number of successful projects implemented experience difficulties with SUSTAINABILITY. Several factors are responsible for SUSTAINABILITY. Some are within the control of the project manager, such as EVALUATION, DOCUMENTATION and CONSOLIDATION (cf. Policy Making). Since there couldn’t be a complete IPM Process without SUSTAINABILITY, in this last module, we’ll explore how to gain SUSTAINABILITY in order to guarantee that users/students IPM Process will deliver concrete and desirable results for years to come.
Chapter 1- Evaluation
BY THE END OF THESE CHAPTER… You’ll be able to identify what are the different existing kind of evaluation strategies. You will learn how to define an evaluation tool and examples will be shared. We are going to foresee what are the different steps to implement an Evaluation procedure within an education and/or social project.
Chapter 2- Documentation
Chapter 3 - Evaluation