Measuring Project Outcomes / Indicators
The project report of a start up non profit organization should clearly spell out the methods that the organization proposes to apply to measure the success of the proposed project. Accordingly the project report should clearly specify the following aspects –
1) Social Impact expected of the program
2) Expected Outcome of the program proposed by the non profit organization.
3) Indicators to measure the success of programs
4) Means of Verification
A sample taken from the Project report of an existing non profit organization is annexed for reference.
|Impact||Outcomes||Indicators||Means of Verification||Activities|
|Adolescent and young people are aware, skillful and taking responsibility to bring positive social change in the community||Adolescent/youth Outcomes
||Individual files, report cards
Action projects ,
photos, media coverage, feedback, reflection note
Own reflection, sheets and case studies
Anecdotes, feedback received after action campaigns, Registration,
kind of support lent to young people – (money, resource materials, space etc.)
The curriculum for adolescents,
Nature and quality of team work
|Making change Makers prog.
School going adolescent programme
Youth Resource center
‘People for Change’ clubs in Schools