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Social Return on Investment Evaluation (SROI) – Clockwise Credit Union

13/08/2020
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A social dividend, not just a financial one – Social Return On Investment Study

07/08/2020
“Donore Credit Union is Ireland’s first and oldest credit union. It is also the first credit union to undertake an analysis of its social value. It is found that the credit union delivers material outcomes for 13 types of stakeholders, with a reduction in stress, a sense of belonging and an improved standard of living […]
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104 Resume Clinic Social Return on Investment (SROI) Evaluation Report

03/06/2020
The core objective of the “104 Resume Clinic” project is to alleviate the difficulties the job seekers’ encounter in finding jobs. Through engagement and adjustment with stakeholders, this study sought to understand the impacts and changes experienced by job seekers and other stakeholders in the project. By doing so, we sought to optimize the project […]
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WezeshaDada: A Media and ICT Training Project in Kisumu and Nairobi, Kenya

04/05/2020
Community Media Trust implemented the WezeshaDada project under the “Bridge to Employment” pillar of interventions, funded by Johnson & Johnson Corporate Citizenship Trust under DREAMS Innovation Challenge, starting from December 2016 to December 2018. WezeshaDada is a media and ICT training project that puts 90 adolescent girls and young women between 16-24 years of age, […]
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Six-Level Redevelopment Project for Traditional Fishing Villages Social Return on Investment (SROI) Evaluation Report

20/04/2020
This report assesses the social impact of the Six-Level Redevelopment Project for Traditional Fishing Villages, for which application was made by Bo-Ren Chang to be part of the Rural-Young Project founded by the Soil and Water Conservation Bureau (SWCB), Council of Agriculture. The name of the project is Six-Level Redevelopment Project for Traditional Fishing Villages. […]
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Cathay Life Cathay Walker Health Incentive Project Social Return on Investment Report

20/04/2020
Facing the challenge of an aging society, healthy aging has become an issue of public concern. Yet, it is hard to get into the habit of regular exercise given the modern day’s busy work schedules. Hence, Cathay Life launched the Cathay Walker Project (“the Project” or “Cathay Walker”) in August 2018, which combines activities with […]
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Accident-Free Riders Social Return on Investment (SROI) Evaluation Report

16/04/2020
The core objective of the Accident-free Rider Project is to protect the safety of students riding motor scooters. This study ascertains the project’s effect on changes in students and other stakeholders via stakeholder engagement and survey, so that the project can be optimized to gain greater impact and generate greater social value and benefits.
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Philanthropic Library Social Return on Investment Report

15/04/2020
This study adopts the SROI methodology to review, from the perspective of stakeholders, USI’s social impact in increasing children’s reading activity in 2018. The three campaigns include the Philanthropic Library, Meet the Author, and Parent-Child Reading. After engaging stakeholders (mainly through interviews and questionnaires), this study found that children who read Philanthropic Library books experienced […]
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Justice42 Social Return On Investment Forecast

08/04/2020
Justice42,a social enterprise designing alternative dispute resolution systems, is on a mission to improve the quality of divorce procedures and outcomes. After several years of R&D with the support of the HiiL Foundation and the Dutch Legal Aid Council, the company brought uitelkaar.nl to the market. Uitelkaar.nl is an online solution empowering and guiding divorcees […]
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Supplier Guidance Project for the Implementation of ISO 14064-1 Greenhouse Gas Inventory Social Return on Investment (SROI) Report

07/04/2020
Major manufacturers worldwide are beginning to take the green management of supply chains more seriously. ASE hopes to gradually promote carbon management measures to suppliers by assisting suppliers with the implementation of ISO 14064-1 Greenhouse Gas (GHG) management systems. This will allow suppliers to monitor their energy use and carbon emissions, and further lower their […]
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Little shopkeeper experience camp

07/04/2020
The little shopkeeper experience camp (LSEC) for Preschool children was hosted by Vivi Hair Salon and invited the Preschool children and teachers of the affiliated YMCA Ying-ming Kindergarten, Kaohsiung, (hereafter ‘Ying-ming Kindergarten’) to participate. The purpose of the Project was to let the Preschool children use a game mode to experience the work of hair […]
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Exercise, COPD & Me – A Social Return On Investment Study For Siel Bleu Ireland

07/04/2020
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is the umbrella term for lung conditions that limit the airways and cause breathing difficulties(notably chronic bronchitis and emphysema). It mostly affects people over the age of 35, with a particular prevalence amongst the over-70s and those from lower socio-economic groups. More than 500,000 people in Ireland are believed to […]
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Social Impact Report of Grapevine Dreams Project (Manicaland and Bulawayo Zimbabwe)

07/04/2020
GRAPEVINE aims to reach out to the girls through two-week camps in which information sharing, life skills and confidence building activities are shared using approaches more accessible to visual learners. With skills gained and new connections made, girls will be able to create a network among themselves and other girls in their various communities; equipped […]
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Taiwan Drug Free World Association Social Return on Investment Report

26/03/2020
Since founded in 2015, the Taiwan Drug Free World Association (the Association) has been committed to anti-drug education and promotion in honor of the belief in “prevention is better than cure.” The Anti-drug Lecturer Training Program offers intensive 8 hours training. The program combines both theory and practice and enables trainees to be capable of […]
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United Way of Taiwan

16/09/2019
United Way of Taiwan (UWT) was founded in 1992, and 2018 marks the 27th anniversary of UWT. Our main services include subsidizing plans of Taiwan’s medium and small social welfare organizations, gathering and distributing supplies (supplies transfer station), collaboration with corporations, and volunteer services. UWT combines its operating mechanisms with NGOs to effectively gather social […]
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Stone Weir Seeker Project

16/09/2019
The Stone Weir Seeker project was proposed by Fu-Tzu Yang, a member of the RunAway From Island team, to be part of the Rural-Young Project led by the Council of Agriculture’s Soil and Water Conservation Bureau (hereafter referred to as the SWCB). The stone fish weirs of Penghu were the main focus of the Stone […]
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SunnyRush Community Workshop

16/09/2019
The SunnyRush Community Workshop – A Platform for Rush-weaving Enthusiasts project was proposed by Yi-Ya Liao, a member of the SunnyRush team, to be part of the Soil and Water Conservation Bureau (SWCB)’s Rural-Young Project. The use of rushes was the main focus of the SunnyRush project, the implementation of which covered five major areas: […]
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CTBC Foundation for Arts and Culture 2018 Love & Arts for Dreams Initiatives Project

31/05/2019
“The dream comes true in our own land, the dream comes alive.” CTBC Foundation for Arts and Culture’s “Love & Arts for Dreams Initiatives ” project is committed to spreading art resources to every corner of Taiwan. The Foundation collaborated with professional artists in various sectors who took on the role of Artistic Mentor, through […]
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The social value of CLG Na Fianna

31/05/2019
Na Fianna was founded in 1955 by its 201 original members who predominantly lived in the Glasnevin/Drumcondra/Phibsboro area of north Dublin. Ba chuid lárnach de shaol CLG Na Fianna í an Ghaeilge ó bunaíodh an Club. Deineadh gach cuid de ghno oifigiúil an Chlub as Gaeilge ins na blianta tosaigh. In 1963 the club reached an agreement […]
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Incredible Years Parenting Programme

31/05/2019
Conduct problems are one of the most commonly occurring mental health issues among children and adolescents. Conduct problems affect approximately 5 to 10 per cent of children in New Zealand which equates to more than 50,000 children. These rates are higher in Māori (15% to 20%) than non-Māori. Conduct problems are associated with a wide […]
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