P.I.P.P.I.: What has changed? How and why? The empirical evidence

Francesca Santello, Sara Colombini, Marco Ius, Paola Milani


This paper provides a summary of the results of the P.I.P.P.I. Program in achieving the prefixed goals on the final, intermediate and proximal outcome variables, regarding children’s development, the positive exercise of parental competences and the effective action of services respectively. Therefore, the main purpose is to describe the impact of the program on the overall well-being of children and families in relation to the processes implemented. This is possible thanks to the wealth of information gathered by professionals through the tools provided for the analysis, design and monitoring activities in the work with families.


program evaluation; outcome; process evaluation; impact evaluation; change

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13128/RIEF-22396

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