Impact Evaluation: Are you really doing good in the world?
Are you a social entrepreneur, CSR manager, social investor, or interested in social impact? Are you wondering how to assess precisely what impact your project or enterprise has on society? Data-driven impact evaluations go beyond mere financial metrics to pinpoint the effect of a program or policy intervention.
In this workshop, you will learn the basics of impact evaluation, and how to create a relevant impact evaluation for your social enterprise, CSR project, or policy program.
We will discuss:
- Why evaluate impact?
- How to design your project so that it can be evaluated
- Tools of impact evaluation: logic models & results frameworks
- Identifying intended & unintended consequences
Time: Friday June 26th 10:30pm- 12:30am
Place: Nawa Space
Price: SR 50 in advance, SR 100 at the door
Registration deadline: Thursday June 25th
What to bring: your laptops or iPads (if you'd like to start working on your impact evaluation during the workshop)
About the Presenter
Amna Fatani has a Master of Global Human Development degree from Georgetown University. Amna is currently working with the Human Capital Development under the Saudi Human Resource Development Fund to use impact evaluations to assess the success of youth employment programs.
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