Is it possible for an organization to know how much real impact its work has in the society?Impact evaluation is becoming an important tool in both the public and private sectors. Government and donors are increasingly tying funding to evidence of real impact. Non-profit and for-profit organizations are also becoming progressively aware of the need for impact measurement to inform and guide decision-making, strategic planning, accessing funding and to leverage public support. Despite this, many organizations do not have the capacity to measure their social impact. The Measurement Social Impact training will equip participants with the methodological framework and tools to successfully design and measure the social impact of their programs.
Participants will learn how to design, conduct and report social impact evaluations. The training provides:
The seminar is targeted towards heads of social enterprises and development organizations, CSR executives, consultants, program managers and officers, researchers, and other stakeholders involved in the implementation of programs, projects and policies geared towards creating social change.
The Ksh. 30,000 fee caters for course materials, lunches, and refreshments. Upon completion of the seminar, participants will receive a certificate.
Places on the program are confirmed on a first-come, first-served basis, taking into consideration the applicant’s level, objectives and the diversity of the classes. We recommend that you submit your completed application form as early as possible.
For further information on the Measuring Social Impact Training Program contact:
Strathmore Center for Sustainability Leadership