We generate strategic information for the design of public policies and programs promoted by both State and civil society, as well as regarding their management models, their performance, results, and impacts. In this area we apply various quantitative, qualitative, and participatory evaluation techniques, with high standards of quality and public ethics.

Our approach 

We analyze public programs through a comprehensive approach and measure their effectiveness concerning the well-being they generate in populations from a rights-based perspective.

We respect and value the communities and people who collaborate in the studies, seeking, consequently, that our evaluations provide feedback on their work.

Our work 

  • We carry out programmatic design evaluations and propose adjustments to the value chain, logical framework matrix, and results-based management.
  • We raise baselines with simple and quasi-experimental designs.
  • We measure programmatic performance and evaluate processes.
  • We evaluate intermediate and final results with impact and performance evaluation models.
  • We carry out diagnoses and evaluations with a gender perspective.
  • We design models and systems for monitoring and evaluation.

We collaborate with: 

  • National Service for the Elderly.
  • Ministry of Justice and Human Rights.
  • Undersecretariat for Regional Development.
  • Ministry of Housing and Urbanism.
  • United Nations Development Program (UNDP).
  • Ministry of Cultures, Arts and Heritage.
  • Ministry of Social Development and Family.
  • UN Women.
  • United Nations Development Program (UNDP).
  • Nonprofit Corporations and Foundations.

Completed projects

  • “Institutional trajectory and implementation of the Regional Cultural Access Program.” National Council for Culture and the Arts. Execution period: October 2016-January 2017.
  • “Labor trajectories of participants of the ‘+ Capaz’ [+ Competent] Program”. National Training and Employment Service. Execution period: April 2016-February 2017.
  • “Survey of Local Experiences of Management and Public-Private Provision of Services of Specialized Attention to Vulnerable Population”. Ministry of Social Development, Undersecretary of Social Services. Execution period: December 2014-March 2015.
  • “Evaluation of the practical study of neighborhood justice after one year of operation”. Undersecretary of Justice. Execution period: September 2012-April 2013.
  • “Evaluation of the results of the practical study Neighborhood Justice Units in Santiago Metropolitan Region.” Undersecretary of Justice. Execution period: March 2013-August 2013.
  • “Evaluation of the supervision service for the Street Winter Plan, 2012”. Ministry of Social Development. Execution period: July-December 2012.
  • “Definition of a Baseline for the future Impact Assessment of the Practical Study of the Justice Units”. Undersecretary of Justice. Execution period: October 2011-March 2012.
  • “Evaluation of the Execution of the “I Love My Neighborhood of Placilla project”. I. Municipality of Valparaíso. Execution period: October-December 2011.
  • “Impact Evaluation of the Origins Program, Phase I “. National Corporation for Indigenous Development. Execution period: June-November 2011.
  • “Institutional Monitoring and Analysis of the Neighborhood Recovery Program”. Ministry of Housing and Urbanism. Execution period: January-October 2009.
  • “Mid-term evaluation of the second phase of the Origins Program”. National Corporation for Indigenous Development. Execution period: November 2009-July 2010.
  • “Systematization of Experiences and Ex-post Evaluation, Participatory Management Subprogram, in 15 Municipalities of the Country.” Undersecretary of Regional and Administrative Development. Execution period: May 2008-December 2008.