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Priority is given to AVPN members, non-members will be accepted on a first come first serve basis. We’d like to request a maximum of one representative per organisation.
For more information please contact [email protected] or 09789749423.
How do you know your work or your resources are making a difference? Demonstrating social impact enables social purpose organisations (SPOs) to prove the value of what they can offer, and improve their impact by identifying areas of strength or weakness. Likewise, funders and resource providers are increasingly evaluated in terms of both the financial and social returns on investment. However, SPOs and social investors are often put off by dry approaches and complex tools.
This one day workshop takes a practical approach to impact measurement, involving SPOs, intermediaries such as incubators and accelerators, and social investors from philanthropists and impact investors to corporates and wealth managers in the discussion.
This is an interactive seminar with a combination of presentations, case studies, exercises and discussions on impact measurement approaches. Upon completion of this workshop, participants will have:
- Explored their impact measurement intentions, constraints, and goals;
- Developed a deeper understanding of the common data categories needed to track, understand and report impact;
- Reviewed case studies on impact measurement;
- Identified new avenues for collaboration and peer-learning in impact measurement.
Professionals who wish to measure their impact, either as a SPO or social investor (i.e. in accelerator programs, advisory groups or foundations and corporates).
09.00 – 09.30 : Registration & Coffee
09.30 – 09.45 : Opening & Introduction to AVPN
09.45 – 10:15 : Overview & Introductions
10:15 – 11:00 : Why Measure?
- Clarifying purposes for impact measurement from different perspectives
- Recent trends in impact measurement
11:00 – 11.15 : Break
11:15 – 11:45 : What to Measure?
- Understanding logic models and other tools to articulate what to measure
- IRIS and other existing tools
11:45 – 12:30 : How to Measure?
- Survey planning and training
- Impact tracker technologies
12:30 – 13.30 : Lunch
13:30 – 14:30 : Group exercise
14:30 – 15:30 : Panel discussion and Q&A – realities on the ground from different perspectives
- Grace Su, Lead of Social Impact Team, Proximity Designs
- Joao Dutra, Accelerator Director, Phandeeyar
- Leo Rozendaal, Country Director, Mercy Corps
- Company Representative
15:30 – 15:45 : Reflection and conclusion
15:45 – 16:30 : Kopernik reps available to discuss with participants
Co-Founder, CEO, Kopernik
Before starting Kopernik, Toshi dealt with governance reform, peace building processes, monitoring and evaluation, and post-disaster reconstruction at the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Timor-Leste, Indonesia, Sierra Leone, the United States and Switzerland. Prior to joining the UN, Toshi was a management consultant for McKinsey and Company in Tokyo. He holds an LLB from Kyoto University and MSc Comparative Politics from the London School of Economics and Political Science, and is a Guest Professor at Osaka University.
|Radityo Aryo Hutomo
Senior Analyst, Kopernik
Aryo has been engaged with various projects, including Impact Tracker Technology catalogue, Unmet needs research, agriculture project impact measurement. Aryo holds a Master’s degree in Southeast Asian Studies with a focus on post-colonial history from Ohio University.
|Kopernik, founded in 2010 in Indonesia, finds what works to reduce poverty in the last mile. Kopernik undertakes three core types of work to achieve its mission: i) in-house experimentation of potential solutions, ii) experimentation with companies and aid agencies, and iii) last mile technology distribution. In Myanmar, Kopernik has collaborated with, among others, UNDP, Mercy Corps and Unilever in testing and distributing innovative technologies in various rural and urban locations.