With the core team and key stakeholders, take time to discuss the relevance of the evaluation findings, where they fit in, who they affect and are useful to, and how they can best be used by your team and others.

You should take this opportunity to understand what has been successful, and what has been disappointing about the intervention and how this knowledge can help shape future developments.

Very often, even a successful intervention will be only a start towards making a major and lasting impact on a problem.  Look objectively at the progress the intervention has made and plan how to achieve sustainable behaviour change over the medium and longer terms.

This involves asking yourselves what will happen to the target audience and how you and your key partners can ensure sustainable behaviour change over time.  It should lead on to plans for the next steps.