Impact Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning
Don’t just look good, do good.
While most aid-organisations invest in measuring their impact, the majority of existing tools and practices only allow them to measure the organisation outputs and fail to capture the actual outcome and impact of interventions. As a result, there is a gap between what organisations can measure and what communities experience.
At Rural Senses we are solving this problem. We provide practitioners at all levels with instant access to verified, unbiased and actionable impact data about the communities they serve. The data is collected by and with the communities using our data collection tool that captures community real needs, motivators and drivers.
Our framework is backed by rigorous research conducted at the University of Cambridge and is supported by leading practitioners.
“Rural Senses’ framework is the best existing tool to measure actual impact as it is perceived by the beneficiaries themselves.”
Sir Brian Heap, University of Cambridge
Integrating our tools will allow your
- Constantly monitor projects’ activities, assumptions
- Provide quantifiable, unbiased and credible impact evaluation.
- Identify actionable insights and constantly improve your activities to increase your impact.