An integral part of EGGʼs transformational program is monitoring its progress and evaluating whether the goals and expectations of the program are met. At the beginning of each project, baseline studies with the EGG project schools and a Control group of similar schools are conducted to obtain key information on the school environment and the attitudes and behaviors of girls enrolled. At the end of the two-year program, a comparable study is administered to measure the impact and determine what changes occurred.
See below for a visual presentation of what EGG measures during its evaluation. The research findings are used to continually improve the program, during its implementation and at the end of the project so that the needs of the schools, students and community can be better met to ensure maximum effectiveness.