1. Shanti Uganda stands out among other healthcare facilities. Scarcity of adequate health facilities in rural areas amplify the need for Shanti Uganda’s services. The combination of low costs, facility cleanliness, intentional care, and accessibility attracts clients and sets Shanti Uganda apart from other local health facilities, both government and private.
2. Accurate and efficient data collection is necessary for scale and on-going management. The volume and variety of collected data demand efficient operational organization in order to communicate impact to stakeholders. Effective data collection is required to sustain future support.
3. Data-oriented competencies build capability and capacity. Shanti Uganda’s under-resourced setting limits productivity and overburdens employees. Investment in data-oriented (vs. direct service) personnel and resources will ensure efficient and effective data collection. A participatory data collection system can bring employees together to cultivate a cohesive mindset for growth.
1. Monitoring and Evaluation Plan. In order to track the various areas of impact (maternal and child health, teen health education, and community wellness), we created a monitoring and evaluation strategy to allow greater accuracy and efficiency in collecting and reporting data. This system consolidates data from multiple programs to track quantitative impact.
Shanti Uganda Monitoring and Evaluation System
2. Social Impact Report. This report leverages key performance indicators to convey Shanti Uganda’s impact and growth. It highlights the organization’s main activities and scope of impact to assist in evaluation and fundraising efforts. Our report utilizes the improved monitoring and evaluation system and serves as an example for future reports.
Social Impact Report