1.1.2 Benefits of using the EAR approach in your initiative

  • Staff and volunteers continuously think about and produce knowledge about how they are conducting their activities, how well they are doing, and how they can improve activities to become more relevant and successful.
  • Staff and volunteers can better understand participants and how the initiative interacts with them.
  • Staff and volunteers can change and adapt activities on the basis of solid research and planning.
  • Staff and volunteers can save time and resources by learning continuously and improving activities as needed, thus acting more effectively.