We take a largely qualitative approach to impact measurement, which is done throughout the project’s progress through individual and group discussions with students, teachers and parents, and through observations. We work collectively with a focus on deep community involvement, and build relationships whereby we discuss and seek to understand how communities benefit from the project and how they perceive the impact of this project more broadly.

“Impact” is a culturally subjective term, and we aim to look at beneficiaries’ perspectives of impact so that our work can continue to be driven and assessed by genuine local needs and views.

In 2020, we are launching a new impact measurement project, details coming soon!