The 2012 Report on Capacity Building Outcomes shares the findings from the data collected in 2012 that measures our own organizational effectiveness and the outcomes or our mission. The quantitative survey used to capture the data focuses on two outcomes: Nonprofit Investee satisfaction with SVP; and Time, money and connections received by Investees through partners. It also includes a sampling of the results of the "Most Significant Change" tool, which collects qualitative data on two additional outcomes: Strengthened Investee organizational capacity; and Improved Investee programmatic effectiveness.
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Title: 2012 Capacity Building Outcomes Report: SVP Value Nonprofit Investee Perspective
Publication date 2013-09-01
Publication Year 2013
Social Venture Partners
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