Link profile: A Guide to Using Mystery Clients for Evaluation Input
Pathfinder International Tool Series Monitoring and Evaluation - 3 "Mystery clients are trained people (usually community members) who visit program facilities in the assumed role of clients, and then report (by completing a survey or through an interview) on their experience. They might be used in an effort to avoid the bias in the service delivery process that often results from having service transactions observed. Mystery clients can also serve to gather a sufficient number of observations of service transactions when the actual volume of service visits is low."
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