Centre for Research in Schemes and Policies (CRISP) is an organisation set up by a group of civil servants and those in public service with more than three decades of experience. CRISP aims to give back to society by helping governments design, redesign, and implement better schemes and policies. The organisation works with central and state governments, CSR funds, and large NGOs with sizable impact.
Why we are here
Independent of the implementing agency
There should be no conflict of interest in an evaluation exercise.
Our programmes and schemes keep the people we intend to impact in mind.
Concurrent to the scheme implementation
Our evaluation starts with the scheme and continues as the project is implemented.
Focused on improvement
The evaluation is not a fault-finding exercise. Rather, it is a way to suggest ways to improve design and implementation. Failure is treated as a stepping stone for future success.
Objective, evidence-based exercise
The evaluation is not perception-based and subjective. It captures the views of the stakeholders through suitable data tools and reach conclusions based on data analytics.