Seeing is Believing – Until Now
ZOE’s impact outcomes are no longer reserved only for those who travel.
Monitoring, tracking and reporting on the progress of each empowerment group is a top priority for ZOE. For more than a decade, this has allowed the ZOE indigenous staff to evaluate the children’s progress internally, monitor program results and allocate resources efficiently. Although this approach was effective, the real-time impact of ZOE’s program was limited to only those who could travel and visit the program in-country. Until now.
As an effort to maintain a commitment of transparency, ZOE began working toward a systematic approach of collecting data that would show outcomes in a format that could be easily understood and widely shared.
In 2017, ZOE formed a partnership with the Data for Good program at SAS Institute Inc. to assist us in preparation, cleansing and visualization of the gathered data. We are proud to share with you the results from this two-year process beginning with the Data Highlights from ZOE Kenya. Stay tuned as we continue to release data for all ZOE countries.