Following the workshop, evaluation forms were received from 41 participants. Overall, about half of the surveyed workshop participants strongly believe that: a) the content was accurately described in the invitations, b) the workshop was applicable to the research/job, and c) the material was presented in an organized matter. Over 60% of respondents would strongly agree that 1) they would recommend the workshop to other colleagues, 2) the instructors were knowledgeable on the topic, 3) they are willing to attend a follow up workshop that is more advanced on the subject at hand. And lastly, around 80% strongly urged that the instructors were good communicators, while only 20% highly agree that the program series was placed with the strategic allotted time needed. However, when asked again within a different evaluation, most participants argued that they felt the workshop was at the right length due to the topic (about 56%).
Overall, most of the participants appreciated the training and are looking forward for the next one. Not only were the organizers, Dr. Bosco Assiimwe, Dr. Kizito Omala, and Annet Adong highly qualified to coordinate such series, but they were greatly recognized and acknowledged for their hard work and dedication in wanting to transfer information on impact evaluation to the next set of leaders interested in the proper analysis of assessing interventional and evaluated affects of differentiated outcomes.