IRIS	  	  Impact	  Repor1ng	  &	  Investment	  Standards	  	  2011	  SOCIAL	  FINANCE	  FORUM	  WEDNESDAY,	  DECEMBER	  14...
Agenda	  	  Introduc,on:	  	  	  Impact	  Inves,ng	  and	  IRIS	  •  IRIS,	  its	  purpose,	  and	  stakeholders	  	  	  	...
INTRODUCTION	      Impact	  Inves1ng	  and	  IRIS:	  IRIS,	  its	  purpose	  and	  stakeholders	  	                       ...
The	  Global	  Impact	  Investing	  Network	  (GIIN)	        	  The	  GIIN	  is	  a	  not-­‐for-­‐profit	  organiza5on	    ...
The	  Impact	  Reporting	  and	   Investment	  Standards	  (IRIS)	  is	  a	     common	  language	  for	  de2ining,	   tra...
IRIS	  addresses	  market	  fragmenta1on	  	  	   1 •    Lack	  of	  consistency	  and	  coordina,on	  in	  use	  of	  met...
IRIS	  is…	  	                 My	  Metrics	                     Your	  Metrics	           Full	  Time	  Employees	  	  =	...
IRIS	  is…	  	        Financial	  	                                                           +	                          ...
IRIS	  is	  a	  meta-­‐standard	                                   Examples	  of	  Frameworks	  Leveraged	  	             ...
IRIS	  is	  not…	  	                           10	  
IRIS	  is	  for…	  	                                    • 	  Increased	  transparency	  &	  credibility	         Investors...
Who’s	  using	  IRIS	  	  Es,mated	  Users:	          • 100+	  Funds	   The	  IRIS	  World	  as	     • 1,900+	  MFIs	  (*M...
USING	  IRIS	  Processes	  for	  selec1ng	  metrics,	  	         sample	  reports	                                        ...
Genera1ng	  Social/Environmental	  Impact	  	                                            Diverse	  Impact	  Objec,ves     ...
An	  impact	  measurement	  pathway	   is	  a	  basic	  set	  of	  steps	  for	  planning,	        implementing,	  communi...
Impact	  Measurement	  Pathway	            	  	  	  	  	  	  	   	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  ...
1           Impact	  Measurement	  Pathway	                	  	  	  	  	  	  	   	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	 ...
1    Define	  Theory	  of	  Change	      Example	                                     Global	  poverty	  and	  environmenta...
2           Impact	  Measurement	  Pathway	                	  	  	  	  	  	  	   	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	 ...
2    Align	  Stakeholder	  Expecta1ons	      Example	                  Issues	                                 (1)  Climat...
3           Impact	  Measurement	  Pathway	                	  	  	  	  	  	  	   	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	 ...
3    Map	  Outputs	  à	  Outcomes	  à	  Impacts	      Example	                                                    Issue:...
4           Impact	  Measurement	  Pathway	                	  	  	  	  	  	  	   	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	 ...
4    IRIS	  Structure:	  Choose	  Metrics	  &	  Indicators	      Example	           • Qualita,ve	  and	  quan,ta,ve	      ...
5           Impact	  Measurement	  Pathway	                	  	  	  	  	  	  	   	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	 ...
5    Codify	  M&E	  Processes,	  Frameworks	      Example	                                   Social	  	  Return	  on	  Inv...
IRIS	  structure	  IRIS	  Framework	     • Qualita,ve	  and	  quan,ta,ve	                         Cross-­‐sector	  indicat...
Overview	  of	  IRIS	  Framework	  
IRIS	  Standards:	  Organiza1onal	  Informa1on	  
IRIS	  Standards:	  Impact	  Objec1ves	  
IRIS	  Standards:	  Product	  Descrip1on	  
IRIS	  Standards:	  Opera1onal	  Impact	  
IRIS	  Standards:	  Opera1onal	  Impact	  
IRIS	  Standards:	  Product	  Impact	  
IRIS	  standards:	  	  Measuring	  what	  malers	  
Sample	  Impact	  Report:	  	  Smallholder	  Suppliers	  h[p://iris.thegiin.org/report/free-­‐bee-­‐honey	  
Contacts:	                                             	           Anshula	  Chowdhury,	  Social	  Asset	  Measurements	  ...
Youth Music Org.Case Study Walk through	  
Case	  Study:	  Steps	  -    Basic Case Facts: “Youth-Music Org”-    Basic Evaluation Facts: “Youth-Music Org”-    Overvie...
The	  Facts	  -  YMO is a non-profit funded by the government-  Music programs for youth aged 16-24-  Free hip-hop music c...
Impact	  Map:	  Basic	  Informa,on	  Organiza,on	            Youth-­‐Music	  Organiza1on	  Objec,ve	               Provide...
Impact	  Map:	  Overview	  Inputs                                         Outputs                     Definition andRelate...
Inputs	  Stakeholders	     What	  is	  required	  for	  	     Related	                     this	  ac,vity?	               ...
Inputs	  Stakeholders	     What	  is	  required	  for	  	     Related	                     this	  ac,vity?	               ...
Inputs	  Stakeholders	     What	  is	  required	  for	  	     Related	                     this	  ac,vity?	               ...
Inputs	  Stakeholders	     What	  is	  required	  for	  	     Related	                     this	  ac,vity?	               ...
Inputs	  IRIS	  ID	                   Defini,on	  and	                Category	                                 Repor,ng	  ...
Outputs	  What	  do	  you	  expect	  to	  change	   What	  measures	  could	  be	  used?	  through	  this	  program?	     ...
Outputs	  What	  do	  you	  expect	  to	  change	   What	  measures	  could	  be	  used?	  through	  this	  program?	     ...
Outputs	  What	  do	  you	  expect	  to	  change	   What	  measures	  could	  be	  used?	  through	  this	  program?	     ...
Outputs	  IRIS	  ID	               Defini,on	  and	                    Category	                             Repor,ng	  For...
Is	  it	  significant?	                                Pg 52
Individual	  case	  study	                                    Pg 53
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This presentation was used by Kelly McCarthy, Tessa Hebb, Anshula Chowdhury, Karim Harji and Joyce Sou in the social impact metrics session at the 2011 Social Finance Forum.

The 2011 Social Finance Forum, which took place at the MaRS Discovery District in Toronto on December 13 and 14, brought together investors and ventures in order to create meaningful interactions and learning opportunities to mobilize capital and inspire new ideas.

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For Good Measure: Understanding impact metrics for your enterprise

  1. 1. IRIS    Impact  Repor1ng  &  Investment  Standards    2011  SOCIAL  FINANCE  FORUM  WEDNESDAY,  DECEMBER  14  2011   ©  Global  Impact  Inves1ng  Network,  2011  
  2. 2. Agenda    Introduc,on:      Impact  Inves,ng  and  IRIS  •  IRIS,  its  purpose,  and  stakeholders                                                                                10  min  Using  IRIS  •  Theory  of  change,  processes  for  selec1ng  metrics,                sample  reports                                                                                                                                                      10  min    Workshop:    Selec,ng  metrics  for  your  organiza,on  •  Use  Case                                                                                                                                                                            10  min  •  Breakout  Groups                                                                                                                                                25  min  Impact  Repor,ng  •   Processes,  Methodologies,  Frameworks  &  IRIS                                    5  min   2   ©  Global  Impact  Inves1ng  Network,  2010  
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION   Impact  Inves1ng  and  IRIS:  IRIS,  its  purpose  and  stakeholders     3   ©  Global  Impact  Inves1ng  Network,  2010  
  4. 4. The  Global  Impact  Investing  Network  (GIIN)    The  GIIN  is  a  not-­‐for-­‐profit  organiza5on   dedicated  to  increasing  the  scale  and   effec5veness  of  impact  inves5ng.        The  GIIN  builds  cri5cal  infrastructure  and   develops  ac5vi5es,  educa5on,  and  research   that  can  increase  the  scale  and  effec5veness   of  impact  inves5ng  around  the  world.     ©  Global  Impact  Inves1ng  Network,  2011  
  5. 5. The  Impact  Reporting  and   Investment  Standards  (IRIS)  is  a   common  language  for  de2ining,   tracking,  and  reporting  the  social  and  environmental  performance  of   organizations.   5   ©  Global  Impact  Inves1ng  Network,  2010  
  6. 6. IRIS  addresses  market  fragmenta1on       1 •  Lack  of  consistency  and  coordina,on  in  use  of  metrics   and  defini,ons   2 •  Unclear  and  insufficient  incen,ves  for  impact  repor,ng     3 •  Insufficient  aggregate  data  to  inform  investment   decisions  and  monitor  performance   Inability  to  understand  the  full  value  of  impact  investments   6  
  7. 7. IRIS  is…     My  Metrics   Your  Metrics   Full  Time  Employees    =    Full  Time  Employees     GHG  Emissions  Reduced    =    GHG  Emissions  Reduced   7  
  8. 8. IRIS  is…     Financial     +   Environmental  &  Social   Performance   Performance   ~Analogous~     8  
  9. 9. IRIS  is  a  meta-­‐standard   Examples  of  Frameworks  Leveraged     §  Interna1onal  Financial  Repor1ng  Standards  (IFRS)   §  U.S.  Generally  Accepted  Accoun1ng  Principles  (GAAP)  Financial  Performance   §  Microfinance  Informa1on  Exchange  (MIX)   §  Community  Development  Finance  Data  Project  (CDP)   §  Interna1onal  Labour  Organiza1on  (ILO)   §  Organisa1on  for  Economic  and  Coopera1on  and   Opera,onal  Impact   Development  (OECD)   §  Global  Repor1ng  Ini1a1ve  (GRI)   §  B  Lab   §  Cer1fica1on  schemes  (FLO,  FSC,  SAI,  etc)   Product  Impact   §  Sector-­‐specific  protocols  (SPTF,    NCIF,  etc)   §  Proprietary  systems  (IFC,  WRI,  etc)   9   ©  Global  Impact  Inves1ng  Network,  2010  
  10. 10. IRIS  is  not…     10  
  11. 11. IRIS  is  for…     •   Increased  transparency  &  credibility   Investors  in  Funds   •   Applicability  across  geography,  sector,   and  at  the  fund  level   • Standardized    third-­‐party  performance   metrics   Direct  Investors   • Peer-­‐based  benchmarks  &  comparability   • Streamlined  repor1ng   • Simplified,  targeted  impact  repor1ng   Intermediaries   guidance  for  clients   • Increased  ability  to  assess  aggregated   impacts   • Standardized  impact  performance  metrics   Enterprises   • Streamlined  repor1ng     • Performance  benchmarks   11   ©  Global  Impact  Inves1ng  Network  2011  
  12. 12. Who’s  using  IRIS    Es,mated  Users:   • 100+  Funds   The  IRIS  World  as   • 1,900+  MFIs  (*MIX  alignment)   We  Know  It   • 3,000+  Companies   Alignment,  Mapping,  and  Harmoniza,on  Examples:  FIELD/MicroTest   12  
  13. 13. USING  IRIS  Processes  for  selec1ng  metrics,     sample  reports   13   ©  Global  Impact  Inves1ng  Network,  2010  
  14. 14. Genera1ng  Social/Environmental  Impact     Diverse  Impact  Objec,ves   Across  Mul,ple  Sectors     Across  Mul,ple  Models     (Product/Service  &  Opera,ons)   n Agriculture   n Health   n High  quality  job  crea1on   n Financial   n Energy   services   n U1lizing  BOP+  suppliers   n Water   n Housing   n Increasing  energy  efficiency   n Other   n Educa1on   n Facilita1ng  asset  accumula1on       n Improving  health  outcomes   ©  Global  Impact  Inves1ng  Network  2011  
  15. 15. An  impact  measurement  pathway   is  a  basic  set  of  steps  for  planning,   implementing,  communicating,   monitoring,  and  improving  social   and  environmental   performance.    
  16. 16. Impact  Measurement  Pathway                                                                   Phase  1:  Planning     Phase  2:  Implemen1ng    (1)  DEFINE   (2)    ALIGN   (3)  MAP     (4)    CHOOSE   (5)  CODIFY   (6)  COLLECT  &  Theory  of   Stakeholder   Outputs,   Metrics  &   M&E   MANAGE  Change   Expecta,ons     Outcomes  &   Indicators     Processes,   Performance   (7)  VALIDATE       Impacts     Frameworks   Data   Performance   Data     (8)  ANALYZE   Performance   Data   (9)  REPORT   (11)IMPROVE   Performance   Performance   Data  to   Stakeholders   (10)  SOLICIT   Stakeholder   Feedback  
  17. 17. 1 Impact  Measurement  Pathway                                                                   Phase  1:  Planning     Phase  2:  Implemen1ng    (1)  DEFINE   (2)    ALIGN   (3)  MAP     (4)    CHOOSE   (5)  CODIFY   (6)  COLLECT  &  Theory  of   Stakeholder   Outputs,   Metrics  &   M&E   MANAGE  Change   Expecta,ons     Outcomes  &   Indicators     Processes,   Performance   (7)  VALIDATE       Impacts     Frameworks   Data   Performance   Data     (8)  ANALYZE   Performance   Data   A  Theory  of  Change  is  a  strategy  or  blueprint   for  achieving  long-­‐term  goals.  It  iden5fies  the   precondi5ons,  pathways  and  interven5ons   (9)  REPORT   (11)IMPROVE   Performance   necessary  for  realizing  success.     Performance   Data  to   Stakeholders   (10)  SOLICIT   Stakeholder   Feedback  
  18. 18. 1 Define  Theory  of  Change   Example   Global  poverty  and  environmental  issues  are   inextricably  linked  –  it  is  the  most  impoverished   people  that  will  suffer  the  worst  consequences  of   Principles   climate  change  and  water  and  resource  scarcity.   Unless  we  pursue  harmonious  solu,ons  for  both,   we  will  succeed  at  neither.   To  combat  poverty  for  both  people  and  planet  while   working    toward  the  long-­‐term  conserva1on  and   sustainable  use  of  natural  resources  by  employing   Hypothesis   market-­‐driven  solu,ons  that  focus  on  suppor,ng   environmentally  and  socially  responsible  small  and   growing  businesses  (SGBs)  in  emerging  markets  –   the  engines  of  innova1on.   (1)  Develop  Local  “Ecosystems”  of  Support   Strategy   (2)  Engage  Impact  Investors   (3)  Build  a  Global  Network  
  19. 19. 2 Impact  Measurement  Pathway                                                                   Phase  1:  Planning     Phase  2:  Implemen1ng    (1)  DEFINE   (2)    ALIGN   (3)  MAP     (4)    CHOOSE   (5)  CODIFY   (6)  COLLECT  &  Theory  of   Stakeholder   Outputs,   Metrics  &   M&E   MANAGE  Change   Expecta,ons     Outcomes  &   Indicators     Processes,   Performance   (7)  VALIDATE       Impacts     Frameworks   Data   Performance   Data     (8)  ANALYZE   Stakeholders  are  persons,  groups,   Performance   Data   organiza5ons,  systems  ,  or  the   natural  environment  who  affect  or   (9)  REPORT   can  be  affected  by  an   (11)IMPROVE   Performance   Performance   Data  to   organiza5ons  ac5ons.   (10)  SOLICIT   Stakeholders   Stakeholder   Feedback  
  20. 20. 2 Align  Stakeholder  Expecta1ons   Example   Issues   (1)  Climate  change   (2)  Water  quality  &  quan1ty   Environment   (3)  Biodiversity  loss   (4)  Natural  resource  pressure   (5)  Pollu1on  &  waste   Issues   (1)  Access  to  basic  services  (water,  food,  energy,   Impoverished   sanita1on,  housing,  health,  educa1on)   (2)  Access  to  employment,  fair  working  condi1ons,   and  fair  wages   Issues   (1)  Access  to  entrepreneurial  support   SGBs   (2)  Access  to  finance   (3)  Access  to  markets     (4)  Technology  transfer  
  21. 21. 3 Impact  Measurement  Pathway                                                                   Phase  1:  Planning     Phase  2:  Implemen1ng    (1)  DEFINE   (2)    ALIGN   (3)  MAP     (4)    CHOOSE   (5)  CODIFY   (6)  COLLECT  &  Theory  of   Stakeholder   Outputs,   Metrics  &   M&E   MANAGE  Change   Expecta,ons     Outcomes  &   Indicators     Processes,   Performance   (7)  VALIDATE       Impacts     Frameworks   Data   Performance   Data     Outputs:  prac5ces  and  products  (and   (8)  ANALYZE   byproducts)  that  a  company  itself  can   Performance   measure  directly  -­‐  generally  intended  to  serve   Data   as  proxies  for  impact.     Outcomes:    changes  or  shiOs  in  behaviors  or   (9)  REPORT   social  paradigms  that  are  levers  for  impact.   (11)IMPROVE   Performance   Impacts:    part  of  the  total  result  that  occurred   Performance   Data  to   Stakeholders   due  to  a  company’s  ac5vity,  above  and   (10)  SOLICIT   beyond  what  would  have  happened  anyway.   Stakeholder   Feedback  
  22. 22. 3 Map  Outputs  à  Outcomes  à  Impacts   Example   Issue:    Health  >  Malaria   Impacts   Incidents  of  malaria  in  target  region  have   (change  we  seek)   decreased,  thus  the  health  of  the  target   popula1on  is  improved   Issue:    Health  >  Malaria   Outcomes   Bed  nets  are  being  used  by  target  popula1on  for   (behavioral  or  social  shiO)   intended  reason   Issue:    Health  >  Malaria   Outputs   Bed  nets  are  distributed  at  scale  to  impoverished   (product,  service  or  prac5ce)   popula1on  in  target  region  
  23. 23. 4 Impact  Measurement  Pathway                                                                   Phase  1:  Planning     Phase  2:  Implemen1ng    (1)  DEFINE   (2)    ALIGN   (3)  MAP     (4)    CHOOSE   (5)  CODIFY   (6)  COLLECT  &  Theory  of   Stakeholder   Outputs,   Metrics  &   M&E   MANAGE  Change   Expecta,ons     Outcomes  &   Indicators     Processes,   Performance   (7)  VALIDATE       Impacts     Frameworks   Data   Performance   Data     Metrics  and  indicators  mark  the  difference   between  something  that’s  easy  to  count  but   (8)  ANALYZE   unrelated  to  actual  impact,  and  something   Performance   that’s  both  countable  and  is  in  fact  a  valid   Data   proxy  for  impact.    It  is  possible  to  gauge  this   to  a  reasonable  degree  of  credibility  via  the   (9)  REPORT   (11)IMPROVE   Performance   proxy  of  outputs  that  have  been  determined   Performance   Data  to   by  researchers  to  be  indicators  of  impact,  and   Stakeholders   (10)  SOLICIT   which  can  be  easily  measured  during  the   Stakeholder   course  of  regular  opera5ons.   Feedback  
  24. 24. 4 IRIS  Structure:  Choose  Metrics  &  Indicators   Example   • Qualita,ve  and  quan,ta,ve   indicators  in  five  taxonomy   Cross-­‐sector  indicators  that  are  useful   sec1ons.     to  organiza1ons  in  mul1ple  sectors,   • Report  indicators  for  an   and  “sector-­‐specific”  indicators  for   organiza1on  or  a  par1cular   organiza1ons  whose  ac1vi1es  impact  a   product.   given  sector.  
  25. 25. 5 Impact  Measurement  Pathway                                                                   Phase  1:  Planning     Phase  2:  Implemen1ng    (1)  DEFINE   (2)    ALIGN   (3)  MAP     (4)    CHOOSE   (6)  COLLECT  &   (5)  CODIFY  Theory  of   Stakeholder   Outputs,   Metrics  &   MANAGE  Change   Expecta,ons     Indicators     Processes,   Outcomes  &   Performance   (7)  VALIDATE   Frameworks       Impacts     Data   Performance   Data     (8)  ANALYZE   Frameworks,  Approaches,  and   Performance   Methodologies  are  both  internal  prac5ces   Data   and  named,  documented  processes  that  are   used  to  assess  either  the  actual  social  and/or   (9)  REPORT   (11)IMPROVE   Performance   environmental  impact  of  an  organiza5on’s   Performance   Data  to   ac5vi5es  or  the  indicators  of  that  impact.   Stakeholders   (10)  SOLICIT   Stakeholder   Feedback  
  26. 26. 5 Codify  M&E  Processes,  Frameworks   Example   Social    Return  on  Investment   Valua,ons   (SROI)   Assessments   Internal  Systems   iPAL  
  27. 27. IRIS  structure  IRIS  Framework   • Qualita,ve  and  quan,ta,ve   Cross-­‐sector  indicators  that  are  useful  to   indicators  in  five  taxonomy  sec1ons.     organiza1ons  in  mul1ple  sectors,  and   • Report  indicators  for  an  organiza1on   “sector-­‐specific”  indicators  for   or  a  par1cular  product.   organiza1ons  whose  ac1vi1es  impact  a   given  sector.   27  
  28. 28. Overview  of  IRIS  Framework  
  29. 29. IRIS  Standards:  Organiza1onal  Informa1on  
  30. 30. IRIS  Standards:  Impact  Objec1ves  
  31. 31. IRIS  Standards:  Product  Descrip1on  
  32. 32. IRIS  Standards:  Opera1onal  Impact  
  33. 33. IRIS  Standards:  Opera1onal  Impact  
  34. 34. IRIS  Standards:  Product  Impact  
  35. 35. IRIS  standards:    Measuring  what  malers  
  36. 36. Sample  Impact  Report:    Smallholder  Suppliers  h[p://iris.thegiin.org/report/free-­‐bee-­‐honey  
  37. 37. Contacts:     Anshula  Chowdhury,  Social  Asset  Measurements   anshula@socialassets.org     Karim  Harji,  Venture  Deli   karim@venturedeli.com    Tessa  Hebb,  Carleton  Centre  for  Community  Innovation  (C3i)   thebb@attglobal.net      Kelly  McCarthy,  IRIS,  Global  Impact  Investing  Network  (GIIN)   kmccarthy@thegiin.org     Joyce  Sou,  MaRS  Centre  for  Impact  Investing   jsou@marsdd.com   ©  Global  Impact  Inves1ng  Network,  2010  
  38. 38. Youth Music Org.Case Study Walk through  
  39. 39. Case  Study:  Steps  -  Basic Case Facts: “Youth-Music Org”-  Basic Evaluation Facts: “Youth-Music Org”-  Overview of Impact Mapping-  “Youth-Music Org” Impact Mapping Example Pg 39
  40. 40. The  Facts  -  YMO is a non-profit funded by the government-  Music programs for youth aged 16-24-  Free hip-hop music class runs twice a week by paid staff and volunteers-  YMO expects the participants will gain technical art skills which increase confidence, school engagement and increased peer support networks which provide access to employment Pg 40
  41. 41. Impact  Map:  Basic  Informa,on  Organiza,on   Youth-­‐Music  Organiza1on  Objec,ve   Provide  marginalized  youth  with  technical  art  skills  to  lim   them  out  of  poverty  Ac,vity   30  spots  for  marginalized  youth  in  hip-­‐hop  teaching   program  Repor,ng  period   1  year  –  50  weeks   Pg 41
  42. 42. Impact  Map:  Overview  Inputs Outputs Definition andRelated Reporting Related ReportingIndicators IRIS ID Format Category Indicators IRIS ID Format Category Pg 42
  43. 43. Inputs  Stakeholders   What  is  required  for     Related   this  ac,vity?   Indicators   Pg 43
  44. 44. Inputs  Stakeholders   What  is  required  for     Related   this  ac,vity?   Indicators  Youth   Pg 44
  45. 45. Inputs  Stakeholders   What  is  required  for     Related   this  ac,vity?   Indicators  Youth   Youth  must  alend   program   Pg 45
  46. 46. Inputs  Stakeholders   What  is  required  for     Related   this  ac,vity?   Indicators  Youth   Youth  must  alend   #  of  youth  who   program   alend  the   programs     Pg 46
  47. 47. Inputs  IRIS  ID   Defini,on  and   Category   Repor,ng  Format  Unique  Client  Visits   Average  number  of   Product  Impact  –     client  visits  to   Client  Informa1on  PI8783   facili1es  during  the   repor1ng  period.     Number  of  vists   Pg 47
  48. 48. Outputs  What  do  you  expect  to  change   What  measures  could  be  used?  through  this  program?     Related  Indicators   Pg 48
  49. 49. Outputs  What  do  you  expect  to  change   What  measures  could  be  used?  through  this  program?     Related  Indicators  Youth  will  have  the  opportunity  to  launch  a  career  in  music,  restart  their  engagement  with  schools,  and  create  a  peer  support  network  that  provides  access  to  employment.   Pg 49
  50. 50. Outputs  What  do  you  expect  to  change   What  measures  could  be  used?  through  this  program?     Related  Indicators  Youth  will  have  the   Increased  educa1on  levels  opportunity  to  launch  a  career  in  music,  restart  their  engagement  with  schools,  and  create  a  peer  support  network  that  provides  access  to  employment.   Pg 50
  51. 51. Outputs  IRIS  ID   Defini,on  and   Category   Repor,ng  Format  Student  Transi1on   Percentage  of   Product  Impact  –  Rate   students  advancing   Quality  &     from  one  level  of   Performance  PI4924   schooling  to  the  next.     For  example,  primary   to  secondary  school   or  secondary  school   to  higher  educa1on.       Decimal   Pg 51
  52. 52. Is  it  significant?   Pg 52
  53. 53. Individual  case  study   Pg 53

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