You are the sum total of everything you’ve ever seen, heard, eaten, smelled, been told, forgot – it’s all there. Everything influences each of us, and because of that I try to make sure that my experiences are positive.Maya Angelou
We hope that the exercises here have not only given you the tools and insights to ensure that you can explain your African youth club’s impact to others and ensure that you can secure funding and support for your project in future, making it truly sustainable.
We also hope these exercises have shown you how amazing and important your youth work is, uplifting young women and girls. Together we can make positive change in our countries – Kenya, South African, Nigeria, and across Africa. We hope we have inspired you and your colleagues to keep going and growing your impact as youth workers.
These tools and tips are only an introduction. Impact measurement increases as project size and complexity does. These tools and methods are an introduction – we hope that they allow you to develop your work, and to become curious about how you can measure more effectively in future.
Organisations like BOND, the NCVO and others have more information that will allow you to expand your knowledge and practice in this area. We encourage you to use them!
We would love to hear from you – share tools with us and give us tips on how to improve this resource!
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