Modelo lógico de um programa de intervenção comunitária - GerAcções

Translated title of the contribution: Logical model of a program community involvement - GerAcções

Susana Fonseca Carvalhosa, Ana Domingos, Cátia Sequeira

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Abstract

The logic models are a succinct way to show and illustrate how a project was designed and is being developed and outlines the main elements of the project. The logic model of GerAccões' program is presented. It was developed as a form of strategic planning, which has been used for a continuous improvement program, and now at the end of program for evaluation planning. The components of the GerAcções logic model are: (1) Mission of the program - involving people who live or work in the borough of Santa Maria de Belém (Lisbon), as key members in promoting their interests and to solve their problems in order to build a healthy community, (2) skills of positive communication, increasing community participation, establishment of networks of formal and informal support; (7) Indicators - number of participants, knowledge and skills achieved, changing attitudes and conditions, (8) Measures - quantitative, such as surveys and scales, and qualitative, focus group discussions and interviews (9) Sustainability and (10) Evaluation. The evaluation of GerAcções program is pertinent at this point, providing information about the value and importance of the program through systematic investigation. The assessment takes a target and the information provided will be used to facilitate the decision of the direction of actions.

Translated title of the contributionLogical model of a program community involvement - GerAcções
Original languagePortuguese
Pages (from-to)479-490
Number of pages12
JournalAnálise Psicológica
Volume28
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2010
Externally publishedYes

Keywords

  • Community intervention
  • Empowerment
  • Logic model

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