Applying the Evaluation Framework to Childhood Obesity Prevention Interventions
Contexts and Sectors
How does the action contribute to preventing childhood obesity? What are the rationale and the supporting evidence for this particular action as a viable obesity prevention strategy, particularly in a specific context? How well is the planned action or intervention matched to the specific setting or population being served?
What are important descriptive demographic, sociocultural, and geographical characteristics of the contexts being served? What proportion of the population is at high risk for obesity in the various contexts and sectors being served?
What is the present character and extent of the childhood obesity epidemic at this time in the contexts being served? What do children, caretakers, and intermediaries want and what are their barriers to change?
What activities in other sectors are happening in the relevant contexts?
Resources and Inputs, Strategies, and Actions
What are the quality and reach or power of the action as designed? How well is the action carried out? What are the quality and reach or power of the action as implemented?