Evaluation case studies – Communities

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Updated on: 22nd January 2020


TRiFOCAL Evaluation Case Studies – Communities


Between 2017 and 2019, TRiFOCAL delivered 20 community workshops and 82 training sessions for citizens and community leaders across London. The specific objectives of the workshops were for participants to: increase their knowledge of the key messages, adopt positive attitudes and behaviours around the key messages; and spread their learnings to wider members of the community.

The objectives of the workshops were assessed using a combination of verbal feedback from group facilitators, participant feedback provided in pre- and post-intervention surveys and additional evidence from other community workshop focus groups (where relevant).

The in-depth evaluation case studies consider the scale of attitude and claimed behaviour change on attendees across three constructs: avoidable food waste prevention; unavoidable food waste recycling; and healthy sustainable eating.

Supplemental information regarding the activities of the training and workshop sessions is provided in the factsheet.

Contact name: TRiFOCAL
Contact email: trifocal@wrap.org.uk