Operational Impact

3

Active Programmes in



7

countries

25

local partners supported financially and in technical ability

22355

Hours of skill and knowledgeshare in the field

ELSE

226

Kids Educated

10

Student sponsorships secured

130

Households Impacted

FASE

43

Schools with 30x20
vegetable gardens

4950

students and


47

teachers trained in vegetable gardening

40

USD average income made by schools from chemical free vegetable garden harvest

MAME

10

NHS trained HIV doctors and nurses dispatched on 5 month missions to Yangon, Myanmar

2842

local doctors and 1190 medical students trained in 10 workshops for HIV education

4374

hours of mentoring for doctors and nurses in Myanmar

How we measure it

FEEDBACK

We routinely collect feedback from our interns in London, volunteers in country and participants of workshops on their experience working with Green Shoots . We use a range of methods such as surveys, open ended forms and videos.

Monitoring & Evaluation Protocol

For our programs we have devised monitoring and evaluation frameworks in collaboration with local partners. They allow us to see quarterly progress of the project, meeting of targets. We are able to improve on project delivery, by routinely evaluating, and eventually assess our impact.

Baseline Survey

A baseline survey conducted before the start of a project allows us to assess out impact more accurately. By gathering socio-economic data of project participants and a control group we can report back on the difference we are making