Eco-Ethonomics worked with Christie Ossington Neighbourhood Centre to conduct a thorough program evaluation of the LOFT Youth Centre for Social Enterprise and Innovation over the course of a four-month period. The evaluation report was used to make decisions about re-designing the programs and engagement strategy for at-risk youth, restructuring and renovating the entire facility. The project helped to provide strategic advice and recommendations founded on consultation and evidence to allow …Read More
Eco-Ethonomics assisted the senior management team at St. Leonard’s Place Peel to expand their residential housing program by 42 beds. The process included researching and developing a business case for demonstrating the community need for an expanded housing facility, constructing a theory of change and logic model for the program, and developing evaluation framework, tools and reporting mechanisms. The program designed was launched after a major building expansion project and …Read More
Eco-Ethonomics Inc. developed and designed the evaluation of the 8th National Food Assembly in Halifax in November 2014. Eco-Ethonomics President organized, coordinated the evaluation team and actively participated in the evaluation of many concurrent sessions, as well as, the Pro Action Café an open space activity with over 450 participants. Eco-Ethonomics is currently in the process of producing an evaluation report that will demonstrate the outcomes of the national assembly.
Eco-Ethonomics Inc. has been contracted to conduct an independent evaluation of the Fuelling Healthy Bodies pilot project on behalf of Healthy Living Niagara. The project includes a thorough review of the pilot project and it’s implementation process which attempted to market test healthy options on three arena concession stands across the Niagara Region. Detailed sales tracking data will be analyzed across sites and numbers will be compared to previous years sales …Read More
Eco-Ethonomics is currently working with Senior Management at Dixon Hall to assess a training and employment program, designed to give at-risk or street involved youth the chance to build their capacity in carpentry and connect to industry apprenticeship opportunities. This work involves developing an evaluation framework and methodology, designing data collection tools, conducting research and then writing a comprehensive report.
Eco-Ethonomics and associates worked closely with CMAS Canada to evaluate the Combined Care Model in two pilot locations on behalf of Citizenship and Immigration Canada. The project objective was to determine the feasibility of a roll-out for a more flexible Child Care model throughout a number of provinces. The model was assessed for overall effectiveness, efficiency and sustainability and recommendations were made to CIC on implementing Combined Care for Childminding …Read More