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Reporting the program

Programs usually last for a specific time period. They require a Final Report at the end of the program--whether a formal report required by funders or a report circulated within your organization or to stakeholders. Programs that last a year or more usually require Interim Reports as well. Where needs assessment or prototyping is important, you may create preliminary or front end reports.

Reports are structured to answer three basic questions:

wanted to do?
we did what?
so what?

Let’s look at the most complex report—the final report. See how a Logic Model, like the one you’ve been preparing, helps organize and write the final report.

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