Thursday, 1 March 2018

New Pro Bono OR project. UK based organisation with international ties looking to review impact methodologies. Volunteers apply today!


Wefarm

Project summary:
This project requires a volunteer to help decide what evaluation methodology to use to assess the organisations impact. Wefarm would like a report highlighting a range of impact assessment methodologies with a cost/benefit analysis. The volunteer will need to know about data gathering methods, policy implementation and evaluation, and an understanding of social research techniques would also be beneficial.

Time commitment: 5 days. Work could possibly be done remotely.
Location: London, EC2Y 9AR
Please read projectscope and if you feel you are able to offer your assistance please complete the application form and return along with your CV to hope.meadows@theorsociety.com by Friday 16th March.

Information about the organisation:
Wefarm is a free peer-to-peer service that enables farmers to share information via SMS, without the internet and without having to leave their farm. Farmers can ask questions on farming and receive crowd-sourced answers from other farmers around the world in minutes.
Wefarm seeks to empower farmers to share and access information to solve problems, spread innovation and ultimately improve their livelihood.
Wefarm’s vision is to create a new digital ecosystem for global agriculture, made for farmers, by farmers. To date, the organisation’s’ main activities have been:
1) Development of the technology (including machine learning algorithms)
2) Developing a playbook of engagement strategies to register new users and launch Wefarm in new countries
3) Developing partnerships with NGO’s, companies and governments

For further information about Wefarm please visit www.wefarm.org

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