Tuesday, 6 March 2018

New Pro Bono OR project with Article 25. Volunteer required to develop an impact model. Volunteers apply today!


Article 25

Project:
Article 25 have identified the need for improvement on measuring the impact of their work. The organisation currently has no structured approach for measuring the impact of their work and this is critical for persuading funders and for influencing policy-makers. The project would develop an Impact Model and identify/define the underpinning measurement system.

Time commitment: 4-6 days
LocationLondon E14 5AB
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:
Article 25 is a UK registered charity that manages sustainable architecture projects in areas effected by poverty and disaster. Articles 25 seeks to relief and assistance to those affected by war or natural disaster with the supply of architectural services that respond to the environment in context. The organisations activities include building homes, schools and community buildings wherever there is the greatest need internationally.
The organisation’s vision is a world where buildings are designed and constructed to provide sustainable solutions to disease, poverty and need. Article 25 work with local community, engage local partners (training them as necessary) and use local materials.

For further information about Article 25 please visit http://www.article-25.org/   

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