Seven Years of Measuring Impact
We’ve shared all of our MRM&E Reports, Case Studies, Infographics and individual stories of impact in the links and images below. Digital Frontiers’ continuous monitoring and measurement of impact over the past seven years has been focused on the reach and recipients of courses and programmes. To comprehensively assess our impact on practitioners, organisations, and countries, we have conducted annual third-party monitoring and evaluation exercises. These exercises have involved the analysis of survey data, in-person one-on-one interviews and focus groups with alumni, employers, and sectoral players.
Throughout the evaluation process, students and alumni consistently expressed high satisfaction with our courses. They reported enhanced knowledge, increased awareness of international case studies, increased networks and opportunities in the sector, and heightened confidence in applying their acquired knowledge within workplaces or communities of practice (CoPs).
Impact Report 2022
Introducing the 2021-2022 Monitoring, Results Measurement, and Evaluation Report. In this report we delve into Digital Frontiers’ outcomes through our institutes’ efforts to establish an inclusive digital finance profession, co-creating a league of Gender Equality Changemakers, establishing capacity in inclusive and interoperable payment systems and more. This report highlights the transformative stories of impact, showcasing how our courses, knowledge resources, and communities of practice have enhanced the capacities of individuals, organisations, and countries. Gain insights into the remarkable results achieved through delivering exceptional learning experiences, our opportunities for continuous professional development and connecting ecosystems globally.
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Capacity in digital finance professionals & service providers has increased.
Institutional capacity for digital finance Regulation has increased in both regulators & digital finance providers.
As a result, digital finance policies, regulations & directives have been developed or adapted by our alumni.
Cross-sector collaboration has increased resulting in new country-based initiatives along policy, product, customer needs and inclusion.
Gender capacity and mobilisation of a global network of changemakers among digital finance professionals and service providers who accelerate the progress toward gender equality within organisations has increased.
The body of knowledge of professionals with an understanding of the tools and techniques to develop changes in organisational behaviour and attitudes toward gender equality has expanded.
Increased number of organisations that adopt policies and practices which encourages and rely on the efforts of Gender Equality Changemakers and undertake gender equality change projects.
Reduction in systemic and systematic gender policy gaps which in turn reduces the prevalence of gender inequality and imbalances of gender based power dynamics within organisations.
34.89% Female [Target 30%]
28.45% Public Sector [Target 20%]
52.30% Private Sector
19.25% Development Sector