Do you know how your supporters are assessing the success of your project?
Why impact evaluations matter.
Conducting an impact evaluation, a method commonly used by policy makers to assess the net impact of a project is essential to securing a project's external support. The simplicity of the "What Works?" question belies the complexity of project measurement. It is necessary to know not only what works, but why it works and by how much.
The webinar will take the participants through the step-by-step process of designing and carrying out an impact evaluation on the ground. It will focus on the experience of MEDA Maroc with the impact evaluation of its "100 Hours to Success program". The training, composed of modules on life skills, entrepreneurship and financial education, targets Moroccan youth aged between 15 and 25 in hopes of helping them secure a job or start a business. Since 2009, MEDA Maroc has trained 11,000 youth through this program.
About MEDA Maroc
Launched in January 2009 by NGO MEDA, MEDA Maroc's objective is to increase access for Moroccan and Egyptian youths to financial services, vocational training and education to better prepare them for the labour market and business environment.
About YEN Marketplace
The Marketplace targets practitioners working on youth employment and young entrepreneurs. It will establish an online space where stakeholders can come to share knowledge, form new partnerships, and exchange ideas, resources and advice. Not only does the Marketplace provide a platform for exchange and coordination within the youth employment community, it also provides valuable resources such as funding competitions and an online webinar series. The Marketplace is driven by the needs of its users and will evolve based on their changing demands and priorities.