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FY 2015 Outcome Evaluations of ANA Projects Report to Congress

Published: January 31, 2016
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All
Topics:
Applicant Resources
Types:
Report
Tags:
Impact Evaluation, Report to Congress

Among the purposes of ANA outcome evaluations are to record the successes and challenges of ANA grantees in order to improve their capacity and to produce relevant data on Native American community-driven projects that is useful to Native American communities. This report provides an overview of ANA projects visited in 2015, along with brief summary reports for each of the 42 projects evaluated and included in the 2015 data set, arranged by state. These summaries include a snapshot of data for each project, including full-time equivalent jobs created, Elders and youth involved, partnerships formed, and resources leveraged, among other figures. Each summary provides background and an overview of the project goals and objectives, and describes the accomplishments and perceived impact the grantee had in their communities.

Last Reviewed: January 31, 2019