Our programmes primarily address the needs of residents for and with whom they are designed. Additionally, they positively affect the lives of the family members, caregivers and teachers of our primary beneficiaries, while simultaneously creating wider social value in our areas.
As of 2022, the Time + Tide Foundation engages over 8,000 residents as part of our regular programme activities, and we have an indirect impact to 19,000 people across the 300 villages in which we work.
Data and Decision Making
We focus on the data that matters, and we track the progress of our projects using an internally developed monitoring and evaluation framework, through which we capture a variety of baseline data for the beneficiaries of our programmes and set strategic targets. Data is collected using an open source suite of tools called ODK and thereafter piped into our bespoke dashboard, through which we can filter and analyse the data as desired.
We consistently track outcomes that indicate the progress towards our strategic targets. By the end of 2021, we recorded the following results:
- 100% of Madagascan residents surveyed in 2021 were able to cite the biological causes of disabilities
- South Luangwa programme graduates improved from an average of 62% to 78% across 15 developmental metrics
- School enrollment for the first cohorts in South Luangwa improved from 23% at intake to 69% in 2021
- 46% of the South Luangwa 2021 cohort acquired English literacy in less than one year
- Average self-esteem for the Lower Zambezi 2021 cohort improved from 57% to 70%
- 100% of Grade 7 girls from Liuwa Plain proceeded to secondary school in 2021
- 76% retention rate for the 2020 cohorts across all sites
- 100% of 2020 South Luangwa graduates volunteered for the Time + Tide Foundation in 2021
- Sponsored students in Madagascar improved by 65% in their French language assessments