Share your experience on impact assessment and evaluation in multi-actor projects!

If you are involved in agriculture or forestry, we would like to invite you to take part in this short survey (less than 15 minutes) for the EU Commission-funded project EUREKA. There have been many exciting agricultural and forestry projects across the EU since 2014 that have helped to produce lots of important and useful information, but we want to know how well this information is actually being shared and used – its impact.

The purpose of this survey is therefore to collect information on how impact assessment and evaluation is currently done in multi-actor projects (MAPs). Impact assessment defines the societal, economic, and environmental effects that EU projects have on society. We would appreciate if you could share your experience!

Participation is voluntary and we will not collect any identifiable personal data.

Thank you very much in advance for your participation!

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