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Introduction to the Four Foundations of Indigenous Evaluation - Q&A Summary

This document summarizes the Q&A session that happened after the presentation, "Introduction to the Four Foundations of Indigenous Evaluation."

Q&A Summary

Introduction to the Four Foundations of Indigenous Evaluation - Discussion Summary

This document summarizes the discussion section of the presentation, "Introduction to the Four Foundations of Indigenous Evaluation."

Discussion Summary

Through a Cultural Lens - Reflections on Validity and Theory in Evaluation by Karen E. Kirkhart

This resource was recommended by Dr. Joan LaFrance to supplement the Indigenous Evaluation Training Series.

(PDF) Through a Cultural Lens - Reflections on Validity and Theory in Evaluation

Cultural Views of Validity - A Conversation

This chapter was recommended by Dr. Joan LaFrance to supplement the Indigenous Evaluation Training Series.

(PDF) Cultural Views of Validity

The Centrality of Practice to Evaluation

This article was recommended by Dr. Joan LaFrance to supplement the Indigenous Evaluation Training Series.

(PDF) The Centrality of Practice to Evaluation

Spirituality Matters: The Role of Religion in Development Project Evaluation in the Tibetan Communities in China

This article was recommended by Dr. Joan LaFrance to supplement the Indigenous Evaluation Training Series.

Reference

Luo, L. P., Liu, Y., & Liu, Y. (2018). Spirituality matters: The role of religion in development project evaluation in the Tibetan communities in China. In F. Cram, K. A. Tibbetts, & J. LaFrance (Eds.), Indigenous Evaluation. New Directions for Evaluation, 159, 97–105.

(PDF) Spirituality matters: The role of religion in development project evaluation in the Tibetan communities in China

Solve's 2020 Indigenous Communities Fellowship

Solve’s Indigenous Communities Fellowship seeks solutions by Native innovators across the US that consider both technology and traditional knowledge to support and scale positive impact. To that end, Solve welcomes Native-led solutions that:

  • Increase access to jobs, financial capital, and skill development opportunities
  • Support language and cultural revitalization, quality K-12 education, and support for first-generation college students
  • Provide healthy and sovereign food, sustainable energy, and safe water
  • Improve healthcare access and outcomes, including around mental health and substance use disorders

For more information visit: https://solve.mit.edu/challenges/2020-indigenous-communities-fellowship


(Re)Imagining Tribal Health Systems Webinar Presentation

This was the first of three webinars in the Becoming Ka Ma Ma: A Journey of Health System Transformation series. This webinar described the Becoming Ka Ma Ma approach, based on the Gathering of Native Americans (GONA), for systems change or transformation.

(Re)Imagining Tribal Health Systems Presentation

Executive Summary: An Environmental Scan of Tribal Opioid Overdose Prevention Responses

Executive Summary (2019)

An Environmental Scan of Tribal Opioid Overdose Prevention Responses: Community-based Strategies and Public Health Data Structure

Environmental Scan Report (2019)

Making the Case for an Indigenous PHI

The Case for Tribal Public Health Institutes, Tribal Public Health Feasibility Institute

(PDF) A Unified Approach to Indian Health

Public Health Accreditation Board Standards & Measures

Official standards, measures, required documentation, and guidance blueprint for PHAB national public health department accreditation

(PDF) PHAB Standards & Measures

Guide to Tribal Health Department Strategic Planning

(PDF) Developing a Tribal Health Department

Guide to Tribal Health Department Self-Assessment for Public Health Accreditation

(PDF) Guide to Tribal Health Department Self-Assessment for Public Health Accreditation

Self-Assessment Workbook for Tribal Health Departments

(PDF) Self-Assessment Workbook for Tribal Health Departments

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