This guidance was created by:

Ingrid Abreu Scherer
Senior Civil Society Lead at the What Works Centre for Wellbeing

Ingrid works with charities, social enterprises and those who support them to develop effective programmes and build the evidence on what really works.




Margherita Musella 
Evaluation Lead at the What Works Centre for Wellbeing

Margherita advises charities, funders and government audiences on how to conduct and strengthen their wellbeing evaluations. She advises on appropriate methods, measures and approaches and promotes the use of evaluation data from UK projects and pilots to learn about “what works” to improve wellbeing.


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