With over 8+ years of experience in data collection and impact assessment, crossing more than a million interactions across 29 states of India, we have realized that gauging social impact helps in understanding the ground-level reality to influence robust policy formulation. It helps our partners ensure that their work leads to social impact.
Outline India is now looking at expanding its operations across Nepal and establishing itself as a key data and M&E firm in Nepal. The objective is to improve ground-level data quality and provide a one-stop platform with impactful solutions for donor agencies, CSRs, International development agencies, and government bodies.
We believe in creating social impact through data.
We have been, are, and will be your eyes and ears on the ground!
Study on Save The Children's Parenting Programmes in India and Nepal
Outline India was engaged in the pre-test findings of Save the Children’s Parenting Programmes in India and Nepal. Save the Children’s work in Dungarpur, India focuses on caregivers who have children from ages 12-14 years old while their work in Kavre district of Nepal, targets caregivers with children of ages 0-5 years.
As a data collection partner, Outline India undertook a quantitative pre- and post-assessment study to understand the impact of the parenting sessions developed in the Child Sensitive Social Protection (CSSP) and Child Grant (CG) programmes by Save the Children in India and Nepal respectively.
With over 8+ years of experience in data collection and impact assessment, crossing more than a million interactions across the world, we have experienced how evidence-based policy results in increased social outcomes and quality of life. Understanding ground-level reality through accurate data has strengthened our partners’ work in achieving social impact for millions of people.
We have a growing number of partnerships across the world, with special emphasis on building a robust network in neighboring countries of the Global South. We are now operating beyond India and establishing Outline India as a key data and M&E firm across Bangladesh. We are determined to conduct effective evaluations, forge partnerships for evidence-based policymaking to scale impact for diverse stakeholders including the government, donor agencies, CSRs, and grassroots organizations.
With data being our strong suit, we can vouch for being your eyes and ears on the ground!
As part of understanding the state of skills in Asia, our present study is focussed largely on digital skills for new technology occupations. Bangladesh has already become the second-largest supplier of online labour, according to the Oxford Internet Institute (OII).
The rapid digitization in Bangladesh raises several questions pertaining to nature and credentials for work in this new age. The ongoing study gathers insights into the future of next-generation qualifications and credentials that are particularly suited for occupations at the time of the fourth industrial revolution in the country, and the whole of Asia.
The research will assist in gaining a better understanding of how traditional and degree/certificate-based qualifications are being supplemented or replaced by new online, non-degree credentials. The aim is to identify emerging new types of credentials with a focus on professionals working in digital occupations.
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