Impact Assessment-  Department of Social Development: Homes for the Aged

Description

The report begins by briefly outlining the tenants of transformation that HFA need to adhere to, the report then moves on to look at current demographic trends on international and national level. This has been done due to the fact that changes in the demographic profile have a direct effect on HFA. Once this has been completed the report then moves to a detailed assessment on the scope of the project; more specifically analysing the research methodology that has been employed. Following this section, section five and six then outline the findings from each section of the research. The report then concludes by consolidating the findings and outlining the key areas that need to be focused on. Accompanying (but not part of this report) this report is a report on the factors affecting the satisfaction of residents as well as a report on the current communication strategies of HFA

Information

Evaluation Number:
413
Score:
3.0
Report Approval:
31 March 2010
Published:
20 May 2016
Initiated By:
Western Cape Department of Social Development
Undertaken By:
F.E.M. Research Consultants
Evaluation Period:
2009-2010
Evaluation Area:
Social development, social security & assistance
National Outcome:
National Outcome 2: A long and healthy life for all South Africans.
Commissioned By:
Provincial
Evaluation Type:
Diagnostic
Implementation
Evaluation Subject:
Institution
Geographic Scope:
Provincial

Evaluation Documents

File Name
Impact Assessment - Homes for the aged .pdf
413 Impact Assessment of DSD Homes for the Aged.pdf

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