Environmental Health and Environmental Research (EH-ER): H14-178/2011E-PDF

cluster evaluation, final report.

This report presents the findings from the Relevance and Performance Evaluation of the Environmental Health and Environmental Research Cluster, 2005-2010 (First Nations and Inuit Health). The two main objectives of the evaluation are to assess the Environmental Health and Environmental Research (EH-ER) Cluster’s relevance to First Nations and Inuit needs, federal priorities, and strategic outcomes; and to assess the Cluster’s performance in terms of effectiveness (progress towards expected outcomes), efficiency and economy. In addition to assessing the relevance and performance of Cluster program activities in order to inform management action planning in coming years, the evaluation contributes to a broader evidence base to enable Branch reporting on higher-level results and fulfillment of accountability requirements.

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Department/Agency Health Canada.
Title Environmental Health and Environmental Research (EH-ER)
Subtitle cluster evaluation, final report.
Publication Type Monograph
Language [English]
Other Language Editions [French]
Format Electronic
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Note Issued also in French under title: Hygiène du milieu et recherche environnementale (HM-RE) : évaluation du groupe, rapport final. "October 2011."
Date 2011.
Number of Pages [108] p. in various pagings
Catalogue Number
  • H14-178/2011E-PDF
Subject Terms Environmental management, Health, Indians, Inuit, Program assessment