Theory of Change

Our Theory of Change describes the why and how we work to qualify and expand the positive social impacts of our clients.

vision

Organizations acknowledge the reality they
work in, are guided by the public interest,
and produce significant and sustainable
social impacts for society.

mission

To extend and qualify the
positive social impact of public
and private organizations.

results

Decision-making based on evidence

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Organizations associated to solve complex problems

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Organizations capable of providing results and impacts

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Stakeholders coordinated to expect results and impacts

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Monitoring and evaluation managed in an intelligent way

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Organizations aware of gender and ethnic-racial issues

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More effective social projects, programs, and policies

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Organizations more influent in their ecosystems

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Organizations committed to transparency

impacts

Uses of strengthened social control

target audience

ORGANIZATIONS

Governments

Foundations and Institutes

Companies

Impact Business

Civil Society Organizations

Ecosystems

  • Education

  • Health

  • Social Assistance

  • Human Rights

  • Others

DIRECT AUDIENCE

Advisers

Private and public managers

Social impact entrepreneurs

Board of Directors, Management, and Coordination

Technical teams

strategic services and products

IMPACT
AND EVALUATION
RESULTS

MONITORING
SYSTEMS

THEORIES
OF CHANGE

STRATEGIC
PLANNING

SOCIAL
DIAGNOSES

STUDIES AND
SYSTEMATIZATIONS

premises

  • Planning and evaluation develop the organizations
  • Overcoming social inequalities requires strong organizations
  • Involvement empowers apprenticeship and co-responsibility

principles

  • Methodological plurality and technical sternness
  • Each demand is unique and requires a specific solution
  • Attention to trends and innovations
  • Collaborative work with teams and partners
  • To communicate logically and visually with positive social impact solutions
  • Commitment to gender and ethnic-racial issues