Conference session resources

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EVALUATING THE TRIPLE BOTTOM LINE IMPACTS: ASSESSING PRIVATE, PUBLIC, AND NON-PROFIT SECTOR PROGRAMS

Dates: Monday, June 10, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM; and repeated on Tuesday, June 11, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM 

Workshop 13 is offered for all levels of previous knowledge on the topic.

Presenters are TIG members: Carter Garber (cgarber@ideasnet.org & David Pritchard (dpritchard@david-pritchard.net)

The workshop gives an introduction to the topics and the challenges evaluators face as they are asked to evaluate social enterprises, public and non-profit programs that seek triple bottom line outputs (economic, social, and environmental). Participants share information about their level of experience with the topics and what they seek to learn. Facilitators illustrate their ample experience through North American and international examples. The workshop provides participants to share the lessons they have learned as well as what else they would like to learn in the field. The facilitators point participants to resources and further training opportunities. 

What you will learn:

  • How evaluators are measuring endeavors that seek to provide triple bottom line impacts (economic, social and environmental)
  • How evaluators can adapt and improve the methods used in the private sector to assess social and environmental impacts in public and non-profit programs
  • What investors, investment managers, foundations, governments, and CDC & health entities want measured to determine their further funding of triple bottom line entities in US and internationally
  • About the rapidly growing international fields of impact investing and social enterprises are providing new opportunities for evaluators who develop the skills that are required to be better consultants or staff

Register at https://www.eval.org/p/cm/ld/fid=664 which also describes other workshops in Atlanta from June 9-12. For registration assistance, contact registration@eval.org. If you have questions, contact info@eval.org or 202.367.1166.


DCED-BEAM Seminar, Nairobi, February 2018 | 
Seminar agenda, presentations and handouts

The Donor Committee for Enterprise Development and the BEAM Exchange organised a two-day event featuring a lively interactive programme drawing on practical field experience. The Seminar had joint themes of results measurement (particularly around the Standard), and market systems development in cities.