What is it?
STEPS is a program planning, monitoring, and evaluation toolkit
STEPS is a resource that applies a rights-based social justice perspective to program development and evaluation
Is it for you?
Are you working to affect complex social and health problems, especially in the field of sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR)
Do you want to make your work more effective and accountable to the communities you serve?
Are you thinking about ways to deepen and expand your work?
Do you want to know what impact your work is having?
How is it helpful?
It helps make the program process a continual cycle of learning, improvement, and accountability
It helps you develop and evaluate rights-based social justice interventions
It helps you clarify the purpose of your work
It helps you create a truly participatory program process
It helps you break down complex goals such as women's empowerment and gender equality into locally meaningful components that can serve as the basis for programming and evaluation
It helps you conduct participatory, low-cost self-assessments of your work
It helps you learn how to use a causal pathway and a logical framework in a flexible and useful way