TGIS offers participants a unique combination of theory, professional tools/techniques, practical know-how and classroom exercises that offer theory and practice to help co-design community-driven projects.
Participants will finish the course with the tools and knowledge to design meaningful projects, measure their impact and social return on investment.
The Workshop lasts 5 days (40 hours). Through a series of lectures, group discussions, case study analysis and practical guidance, participants will learn how to:
Identify and analyze socio-environmental problems.
Design, manage, develop and measure the impact of social and environmental interventions.
Apply tools such as Log Frames, Results Frameworks, Theory of Change, and Social Return on Investment (SROI) methodologies.
TGIS works with cutting-edge methodologies (used by international organizations such UNDP, IADP, the World Bank and USAID) to equip participants with innovative, practical and academic resources.
You are the agents and owners of social change in your communities. TGIS will help you further your impact and professionalism throughout an 5-day intensive training on social impact.
Mon – Weds:
Problem tree creation and application
Participatory action investigation
Theory of change
Logical matrix framework
“TGIS was truly insightful! Seeing how a social organization can measure
and demonstrate its impact systematically and thoughtfully…“
- Erin Wright, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
Wed – Fri:
Social return on investment (SROI)
Strategic network analysis
Fundraising and organizational sustainable