The Impact Report is a summary of an internal impact measurement study conducted in 2019 by Help to Help’s Chief Operating Officer Clara Luthman.
The methodology was based on Help to Help’s Theory of Change and the study aimed to compare the expected outcomes of the Scholarship Program with the reality. Only the outcomes on the intermediate level, which means at least one year after graduation, were measured. The expected outcomes were divided into three perspectives of impact; Impact on the individual (him- or herself); impact on the family or close relatives; and impact on the community.
So far Help to Help has provided scholarships for 353 students out of which 120 have graduated.
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Our benificaries are the changemakers of the world. When given the right tools they make a difference for themselves, their families and their society.
have an occupation they wouldn’t have got without the scholarship (voluntary work, studies, internship, employment)
of the beneficiaries contribute to the family income
of the beneficiaries make it possible for their siblings to go to school by paying for school fees or costs of living