David Bonbright is interviewed for the Uncommon Giving radio show called Improving the effectiveness of social purpose organisations. The show hosted by Chicke Fitzgerald explores David’s working background and Keystone’s work. Listen to the interview here.
We surveyed 330 social enterprises anonymously on behalf of 7 impact investors worldwide. The 7 impact investors have received their feedback and are now making indicated improvements in their work. The feedback data and the investors’ experience in using the feedback is featured in the March 2013 report, What Investees Think. [su_posts template=”templates/single-post.php” id=”516″ posts_per_page=”1″ taxonomy=”post_tag”[…]
The world’s largest charity rating agency, Charity Navigator in the USA, has just announced a new set of rating criteria called Results Reporting. It represents a first step in holding charities to account for their results — not just their financial and operational systems, as is the way of most charity rating. It is just a[…]
Sam Worthington, President and CEO of InterAction issues an invite to Keystone’s Development Partnership survey. The invite is below. ___________________________________________________ Dear Colleagues, In 2010, 28 international NGOs in the United States and Europe participated in the Keystone Performance Survey: Development Partnerships to assess the quality of their relationships with their local partners across five[…]
This is the fourth guidance note in a four-part series of notes related to impact evaluation developed by InterAction with financial support from the Rockefeller Foundation. This fourth guidance note, Use of Impact Evaluation Results, highlights three themes crucial for effective utilization of evaluation results. It was written by David Bonbright, Chief Executive of Keystone Accountability,[…]
Keystone is working with Oxfam America, the Ethiopian Government, and the Gates Foundation on an ambitious program to transform the top-down Ethiopian extension system to make it more effective and more farmer-driven. Click here to read Andre’s article.
This paper offers a practitioner’s perspective on an original approach and method for generating, making sense of, and learning from performance and impact data that are grounded in empirically valid feedback from the intervention’s primary constituents – those intended to directly benefit.