Rural Action East evaluation

Project to develop an evaluation framework for Rural Action East (RAE), the partnership body representing Rural Community Councils and rural community interests in the East of England, and assess its impact to date. The project sought to:
  • capture the ‘strategic added value’ that RAE brings to regional economic development and in particular delivery of the Regional Economic Strategy
  • articulate the impact that RAE has had in the region since its establishment, including benefits to rural communities
  • provide a clear focus for RAE’s strategic activities over the next three years, notably but not limited to engagement with EEDA, the regional dveelopment agency
This involved an assessment of the extent of RAE’s influence in its relationships with key partners, particularly EEDA, taking account the changing policy context at regional and national levels.

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