One of our core values is creating impact together. We are passionate about change and seek to ensure that positive results are meaningful, long-lasting and far reaching. But we can only achieve this by connecting with motivated do-ers – our supporters, project partners, communities and volunteers. Everyone gets involved because they believe in young people and communities working together to create lasting change.
Here at Raleigh we like to celebrate the heroes who have created change:
Monitoring and evaluation
We measure the impact of our work to make sure we are achieving the best results for the communities we work with and our volunteers.
It’s important to us that we ensure our work is as effective as possible and has a real and positive impact on people involved. As part of that, we strive to implement a robust monitoring, evaluation and learning system to enhance accountability, learning and programme management. We aim to include all stakeholders at each stage of the process and share best practice with our partners.
In recent years we have produced reports evidencing the progress towards our strategic objectives.
Impact Report 2014
A summary of our sustainable development achievements in 2014
Impact Report 2013
A summary of our sustainable development achievements in 2013
Impact Report 2012
Our first ever annual impact report demonstrates the difference that Raleigh volunteers have made across the globe in 2012.
We are committed to making a sustained, positive impact. It’s important to us that we’re not just conducting internal reviews. We also work with external research professionals to make sure we keep perspective and continue the search for excellence:
Report on Raleigh’s Work to Deliver Water, Sanitation & Hygiene outcomes through Youth in Nicaragua
Jigsaw Consult 2015
International volunteering; employability, leadership and more
Dr Andrew Rothwell, Loughborough University 2012
Rallying Together – A research study of Raleigh’s work with disadvantaged young people
Institute for Public Policy Research (ippr) 2009