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  1. 1. presents Financing results yousee.in development www.yousee.in
  2. 2. When you make a When you make a financial investment, social investment, you ask for Returns. ask for Results! www.yousee.in
  3. 3. NGO/NPO APPROACH Giver’s space……. Foundations Individual Donors Hunger ! Corporate Illiteracy ! Inflation ! Initiate project… Poverty ! Livelihoods Education Health Traditional Giving Cycle
  4. 4. Giver’s space……. Expectation  Experience 
  5. 5. Traditional Giving NGO/NPO Giver’s space Initiate Project PRE PAID UC Giving POST PAID UC Invests Giver’s space Initiate Project
  6. 6. UC Certificates - Innovative Product – UC Certificates are Detailed , Visual and Demystified (DVD). – This product stands for Transparency + Insights + Impact – Check the Certificates available for acquisition by logging into the below link…. http://www.yousee.in/uccertificates.html
  7. 7. UC Experience Certificates - Value Generated PostPaid Contributions Received Project Cost Grant UC Operations Grant Cumulative 722,117 Cumulative 2010-11 (Apr to Jul) 178,156 2010-11 (Apr to Jul) 2009-10 (Jun to Mar) 543,961 2009-10 (Jun to Mar) 0 200,000 400,000 600,000 800,000 0 50,000 100,000 150,000 200,000 250,000 INR INR Number of PostPaid Certificates Acquired PostPaid Contibutions Received (INR) UC Operations Cumulative 38 Grant 19,344 9% 2010-11 (Apr to Jul) 16 Project Cost Grant 2009-10 (Jun to Mar) 22 206,643 91% 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40
  8. 8. Gaining Recognition for the Model… • In December 2009, UC was shortlisted in a global competition on “Marketplace on Innovative Financial Solutions for Development(MIF)” ( www.fininnov.org ) organized by the World Bank, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the French Development Agency (AFD). • UC was among the 20 shortlisted organizations out of 800 applications received globally for this competition. • Okonjo Iweala (MD – World Bank) addressing the event. • UC’s stall @ the MIF event.in Mar, 2010
  9. 9. “You Hear and You Forget; You See and You Remember; You Do and You Understand” S No Type of Giving Characteristics 1 Hear Giving Trust 2 See Giving Trust and Verify 3 Do Giving Immersion
  10. 10. See Giving encourages you to convert your Situational Giving into Strategic Giving Tax Planning Celebrating or just Giving Look for results
  11. 11. See Giving is about Evidence based giving. It can lead to a Giving Sea Transformation Level • Delivering quality and multiplier effect through innovations and efficiencies Tracing Level • Identity of Beneficiaries • Benefits Delivered Transaction Level • Financial Transactions – transparency is pursued at different levels
  12. 12. Projects Undertaken www.yousee.in
  13. 13. Project Undertaken Health Education Financial Environmental Inclusion & Services Adult Literacy (Waste Management) Chennai Indore Hyderabad Delhi Bhopal Bangalore Bhuwaneshwar Kolkota
  14. 14. Ongoing Project with Rag-picking Communities at Indore with IGS Why Rag Pickers??????? • Silent environmentalists – Ignored for the services they render! • Bear Urban costs with less than Rural Income !!! – Ultra Poor. • Face worst disadvantages – with regards to access to Health , Education & overall livelihood opportunities. • Most number of rag-pickers are predominantly women!! ….. In short Perennial existence in Survival mode  
  15. 15. Baseline Survey of 150 households in Aug-09 40 min/household using unique PAHELI tool Findings! Snap shot Semi Pucca houses Kutcha houses 51% 49% Sticks & Firewood 1 meal/day Mobile phones 89 % 58% 14% ! Defecate - open area Pvt hospitals Daily wage 59% 96%
  16. 16. Reading capability of 109 out of the 206 children present, in the age group 6-16 yrs, who are not going to school S No Reading Level 6-10 yrs % 11-16 yrs % Total % 1 Story 8 16% 1 2% 9 8% 2 Simple Paragraph 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 3 Words only 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 4 Letters only 4 8% 0% 4 4% 5 Nothing 38 76% 58 98% 96 88% Total 50 100% 59 100% 109 100% Reading capability of 97 out of the 206 children present, in the age group 6-16 yrs, who are going to school S No Reading Level 6-10 yrs % 11-16 yrs % Total % 1 Story 10 18% 21 50% 31 32% 2 Simple Paragraph 2 4% 5 12% 7 7% 3 Words only 4 7% 5 12% 9 9% 4 Letters only 17 31% 4 10% 21 22% 5 Nothing 22 40% 7 17% 29 30% Total 55 100% 42 100% 97 100%
  17. 17. Math capability of 109 out of the 206 children present, in the age group 6-16 yrs, who are not going to school S No Math Level 6-10 yrs % 11-16 yrs % Total % 1 Division 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 2 Subtraction 1 2% 5 10% 6 6% 3 Number recognition 0 0% 4 8% 4 4% 4 Nothing 58 98% 41 82% 99 91% Total 59 100% 50 100% 109 100% Math capability of 97 out of the 206 children present, in the age group 6-16 yrs, who are going to school S No Math Level 6-10 yrs % 11-16 yrs % Total % 1 Division 1 2% 5 12% 6 6% 2 Subtraction 3 5% 7 17% 10 10% 3 Number recognition 13 24% 18 43% 31 32% 4 Nothing 38 69% 12 29% 50 52% Total 55 100% 42 100% 97 100%
  18. 18. UC’s Integrated Development Plan Education - Objectives Financial Inclusion - Objectives Short Term – Ensure acquisition of basic skills by Children through CRC. Short Term – Ensure opening of the bank accounts & provide financial literacy. Long Term – Ensure smooth transition of the children into Long Term – Build in Saving mainstream education & rendering behavior & enable them to do vocational training to young adults. financial planning. Ensure access to Insurance & credit. Supporting Livelihoods through Waste Management - Objectives Health - Objectives Short Term – To increase the plastic waste recycling capacity. Short Term – To provide basic health support system and educate on Health related risks. Long Term – To move the community up in the value chain of Long Term – Ensure access to the Waste management and ensure quality health care by incorporating sustainable income generation. required financial support systems.
  19. 19. “Classroom Calling” An elementary learning for out-of-school children in the slums of Indore commenced in October, 2009 Two hours of daily classes in the slum www.yousee.in
  20. 20. Training and Results along various Skills Skill Area S No Code Expansion 1 HS Hindi Single digit numbers 2 SD Single Digiti numbers-English 3 HD Hindi Double digit numbers 4 DD Double Digit numbers-English Reading 5 AH Alphabet-Hindi 6 AE Alphabet-English 7 MT Hindi Matra 8 WM Hindi words Without Matra 9 MW Hindi words with Matra 10 HA Hindi Alphabet 11 AU Alphabet Upper Case-English 12 AL Alphabet Lower Case-English 13 NS Numerals Sigle digit-English Writing 14 ND Numerals Double digit-English 15 MA Hindi Matra 16 HW Hindi words Without Matra 17 HM Hindi words with Matra 18 AW Addition without Carry on 19 AC Addition With Carry on 20 SW Substraction without carry on Math 21 SC Substraction With carry on 22 ML Multiplication Tables 1-10 23 MB Multiplication Bigger numbers 24 DI Division
  21. 21. Skills measured for the students A Student S No M/F Age HS SD HD DD AH AE MT WM MW HA AU AL NS ND MA HW HM W SW SC ML MB DI AC Name 1 Usha F 4 2 Laxmi F 5 3 Neha F 5 7 Arjun M 6 5 Asha F 6 6 Mahesh M 6 4 Sonu F 6 11 Akash M 7 8 Arti F 7 9 Hemu M 7 R W M 10 Jayram M 7 12 Subham M 7 14 Deepika F 8 13 Gopal M 8 16 Durga F 9 15 Shanker M 9 17 Laxmi F 10 18 Hemant M 11 19 Laxmi F 12 20 Sunny M 14 21 Parmod M 15 •Cells populated with "R“ for Reading, "W" for Writing and "M" for Math indicate specific skills acquired by the respective student. •UC's endeavor is to populate the entire table above with bright squares for each of the student.
  22. 22. Classroom Calling Program – AnnaBhau SatheNagar Slum O A SN Student Name M/F Age HS SD HD DD AH AE MT WM MW HA AU AL NS ND MA HW HM AW AC SW SC ML MB DI 1 Usha F 4 2 Laxmi F 5 3 Neha F 5 7 Arjun M 6 5 Asha F 6 6 Mahesh M 6 R R 4 Sonu F 6 R R R R W 11 Akash M 7 8 Arti F 7 R R R R R R W W 9 Hemu M 7 R R R R R W W W 10 Jayram M 7 R R 12 Subham M 7 14 Deepika F 8 R R W 13 Gopal M 8 R R R R R R W W W 16 Durga F 9 15 Shanker M 9 R 17 Laxmi F 10 R R R R W 18 Hemant M 11 R R R R R R W W W W M M 19 Laxmi F 12 R R R R R R W W W W 20 Sunny M 14 21 Parmod M 15 R R R R R R W W W W M M 57% 52% 29% 29% 33% 38% 0% 0% 0% 14% 29% 0% 43% 24% 0% 0% 0% 10% 0% 10% 0% 0% 0% 0%
  23. 23. Classroom Calling Program – AnnaBhau SatheNagar Slum O A B SN Student Name M/F Age HS SD HD DD AH AE MT WM MW HA AU AL NS ND MA HW HM AW AC SW SC ML MB DI 1 Usha F 4 R R 2 Laxmi F 5 R R R W 3 Neha F 5 R R R R W W 7 Arjun M 6 R R R R R W W W W M 5 Asha F 6 R R W M 6 Mahesh M 6 R R R W W W 4 Sonu F 6 R R R R R R W W W W M M M 11 Akash M 7 R R R R W W 8 Arti F 7 R R R R R R R W W W W W W M M 9 Hemu M 7 R R R R R R R R W W W W W W M M 10 Jayram M 7 R R R R R R R R W W W W W W M M M M M 12 Subham M 7 R R R R W W W 14 Deepika F 8 R R R R R R R W W W W W M M M M 13 Gopal M 8 R R R R R R R W W W W W W M 16 Durga F 9 R R R W W W 15 Shanker M 9 R R R R W W 17 Laxmi F 10 R R R R R R W W W W M 18 Hemant M 11 R R R R R R R R R W W W W W W W M M M M M M 19 Laxmi F 12 R R R R R R R R W W W W W M M M 20 Sunny M 14 R R R R R R R R W W W W W W M M M M M M M 21 Parmod M 15 R R R R R R R R R W W W W W W W M M M M M M M 95% 100% 52% 67% 71% 90% 33% 38% 10% 43% 86% 67% 95% 57% 5% 38% 5% 57% 33% 48% 24% 19% 14% 10%
  24. 24. Classroom Calling Program – AnnaBhau SatheNagar Slum SN Student Name M/F Age HS SD HD DD AH AE MT WM MW HA AU AL NS ND MA HW HM AW AC SW SC ML MB DI O 1 Usha A F 4 R R 2 Laxmi F 5 R R R W 3 Neha F 5 R R R R W W 7 Arjun M 6 R R R R R W W W W M 5 Asha F 6 R R W M 6 Mahesh M 6 R R R W W W 4 Sonu F 6 R R R R R R W W W W M M M 11 Akash M 7 R R R R W W 8 Arti F 7 R R R R R R R W W W W W W M M 9 Hemu M 7 R R R R R R R R W W W W W W M M 10 Jayram M 7 R R R R R R R R W W W W W W M M M M M 12 Subham M 7 R R R R W W W 14 Deepika F 8 R R R R R R R W W W W W M M M M 13 Gopal M 8 R R R R R R R W W W W W W M 16 Durga F 9 R R R W W W 15 Shanker M 9 R R R R W W 17 Laxmi F 10 R R R R R R W W W W M 18 Hemant M 11 R R R R R R R R R W W W W W W W M M M M M M 19 Laxmi F 12 R R R R R R R R W W W W W M M M 20 Sunny M 14 R R R R R R R R W W W W W W M M M M M M M 21 Parmod M 15 R R R R R R R R R W W W W W W W M M M M M M M 95% 100% 52% 67% 71% 90% 33% 38% 10% 43% 86% 67% 95% 57% 5% 38% 5% 57% 33% 48% 24% 19% 14% 10% Have joined Govt School in July, 2010
  25. 25. Reading Skills - AnnaBhau SatheNagar 120% 100% 80% HS SD HD DD 60% AH AE MT 40% WM MW 20% 0% 26-Nov-09 31-Dec-09 30-Jan-10 4-Mar-10 1-Apr-10 1-May-10 8-Jun-10 8-Jul-10
  26. 26. Writing Skills - AnnaBhau SatheNagar 100% 90% 80% 70% HA 60% AU AL 50% NS ND 40% MA HW 30% HM 20% 10% 0% 26-Nov-09 31-Dec-09 30-Jan-10 4-Mar-10 1-Apr-10 1-May-10 8-Jun-10 8-Jul-10
  27. 27. Math Skills - AnnaBhau SatheNagar 70% 60% 50% AW 40% AC SW SC 30% ML MB DI 20% 10% 0% 26-Nov-09 31-Dec-09 30-Jan-10 4-Mar-10 1-Apr-10 1-May-10 8-Jun-10 8-Jul-10
  28. 28. “Classroom Calling” Traditional Classes Classes Field Classes
  29. 29. Financial Inclusion and Literacy •Savings Bank accounts were opened for 49 households by 31-Mar- 10 at the nearest Bank Branch •While everybody was interested to, very few were saving •They wanted to be accompanied by field staff for each visit to Bank •Why? To assist them in filling the forms •Illeteracy found to be the biggest bottleneck to Financial Inclusion, not infrastructure or income levels •Financial/Adult Literacy program started in Apr-2010 •Impact of this program on improvement on savings and child learning too is being monitored
  30. 30. Supporting Livelihoods through Waste Management End product Sold to Re-cycling Segregation Agri pipe manufacturers Waste Collection
  31. 31. Environmental Impact Cumulative till 15-Jul-10 Sorted and cleaned Converted to 57.4 99.3 tons of polythene tons of raw material waste collected for Agri -Pipes
  32. 32. Health Care Initiatives 2,848 OutPatients attended during Jul-Sep, 2009 at Chennai and Kancheepuram Health care initiatives in Indore project commenced in May-2010, with focus on Immunisation and Maternity care Awareness camp about emergency services in the slum www.yousee.in
  33. 33. UC Actively Leverages Free /Open Source & other Low Cost Web Applications & tools for its operations To Disseminate Information & For Operational Efficiency Updates For Online Teaching Database and Project Management
  34. 34. PostPay for Results Critique our Work Tech Support Collaborate Participate - Online teaching Help us Find Projects Follow us on Social Networking Forums & spread the word
  35. 35. Institutional Initiatives and Collaboration • Corporate – Deloitte • Employee Volunteers participating in online teaching for Rag Picking children – SAI SEVA (Rural BPO) • Providing data processing and updates(SMS) to operations teams – Available for PostPaid Contributors and partners • Foundations – Michael & Susan Dell Foundation(MSDF) • Will be supporting the scale up of the integrated development project at Indore for 1500 households • Grant Support for scaling up UC’s model of result based and post paid model of development finance
  36. 36. Our Long Term Vision • To build a culture of Public Purpose Giving both for – Mandatory Donations(Taxes) & – Voluntary Donations(Philanthropy) • Which demands Results • Voluntary Donation space is small in comparison to Mandatory Donations • Result based giving in Mandatory Donations can have a huge impact in addressing development challenges • Our Nirvana: When we do not have to pursue Voluntary Donations, on account of Results delivered from Mandatory Donations
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