Results & EvaluationsRigorously measuring and evaluating the effectiveness of our work is an intrinsic part of Ganbina’s model so that we can provide tangible, independent evidence of the successful results of our programs; and evolve and extend them according to changing community needs.
Ganbina evaluations include:
80% of Ganbina participants complete their
annual course activities.
76% of Ganbina participants aged 25-34 are employed, versus 51% nationally.
Ganbina’s cost per participant is about half the average spend of similar organisations.
Every $1 invested in Ganbina creates $6.70
in social value.
> Impact Assessment Report 2016
> Measuring the value of Ganbina's programs 2015
> SROI Impact Statement 2012
> SROI Report 2012
> SROI Impact Statement 2009
> SROI Report 2009