What has been the effect of the activities?
We are evaluating the success of our actions through different initiatives that are fun for children and provide a simple and efficient way of detecting whether our message gets through and is being implemented. These include diverse activities such as "Learn Cycling", Bicycle Rallies against Violence, End of Year Bicycle Field Days and optional Road Safety subjects in all secondary schools as well as visits to the Police Station and Fire Department where we can ask an array of questions that children are all willing to answer enthusiastically without being aware that they are being evaluated. It is a game for them and an evaluation tool for us.
How have you shared information about your project and its results?
We promote our campaigns through the use of social media, written press and local television. We also arrange get togethers with the schools and prepare school trips to the police station, fire department etc...
Who carried/carries out the evaluation activities?
When did/will you carry out the evaluation?
Before, after and continuous monitoring
Please list the indicators you use to measure success
We propose an individual follow up of each student based on three areas of knowledge: Personal autonomy, environment and communication
Please describe the evaluation tools you use (i.e. surveys, interviews, focus groups, etc.)
We use work groups and individualised interviews. We describe this in depth in the Annex we have attached.