Debby Visser, Director, Investments and Partnerships at Success Measures, was recently invited to join the conversation on the Markets for Good Blog about incorporating beneficiary feedback into the work of the social sector. For Success Measures, community development is the arena for all of its participatory evaluation work, though the need to expand the voice and input of beneficiaries crosses all social sector and nonprofit fields.
Markets for Good seeks to discover and connect social sector data and information initiatives from around the world. In his introduction, Eric Henderson, Curator of the Markets for Good blog, notes that “[community development] is one key component of the social sector that is making great strides using data drawn directly from beneficiaries and constituents to drive decision-making, advance continuous learning, and tell compelling stories of change.”
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