sustainability: what does it mean?

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  1. 1. 2016 ROTARY INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION Sustainability: What does it really mean? Moderator PDG Dr. Himansu Basu Members - PDG Korhan Atilla - PDG Eric Kimani - PP Dr. Bill Stumbaugh
  2. 2. By the end of this session: You will understand the Foundations definition of sustainability You will be familiar with six components of sustainable projects You will feel prepared to design a sustainable project OBJECTIVES
  3. 3. Sustainability means different things to different organizations. For Rotary, sustainability means providing long-term solutions to community needs that the beneficiaries can maintain after grant funding ends. SUSTAINABILITY
  4. 4. SIX STEPS TO SUSTAINABILITY
  5. 5. STEP #1
  6. 6. STEP #2
  7. 7. STEP #3
  8. 8. STEP #4
  9. 9. STEP #5
  10. 10. STEP #6
  11. 11. SUSTAINABILITY LESSONS FROM THE GRANT MODEL EVALUATION
  12. 12. SUSTAINABILITYCHECK: LESSONS FROM THE GRANT MODEL EVALUATION All sustainability categories show marked improvement in site visit and documentation scores over the comparable scores in 2012 pilot On a 1-4 point scale (1 least sustainable and 4 most sustainable): 2012 2015 Global grants and matching grants average of 1.75* (below 2.50 midpoint) *Estimated 3.30 (blended rate between Cadre and GfK scores)
  13. 13. EVERYONE IS ACCOUNTABLE FOR SUSTAINABILITY TRF ensures sustainable impact of goods and services Clubs and districts ensures sustainable impact of goods and services Community or organization ensures sustainable impact of goods and services Individuals & organizations benefit from sustainable impact of goods and services
  14. 14. Sustainable projects focus on making a change for people, not things. For example, in basic education & literacy, projects focus on ensuring children receive a better education, not providing schools with things that may or may not support the existing teaching methodology. Sometimes equipment is what is needed! In those cases, district grants are the answer. SUSTAINABILITY
  15. 15. BEST PRACTICES FROM THE FIELD
  16. 16. Calmed Model VTT plus .3 Components Training Community Mobilisation Advocacy M and E calmedrotary@gmail.com www.calmedrotary.org
  17. 17. 1. Rotary RFPD, IFRD, Clubs 2. Inner Wheel 3. Professionals FIGO, RCOG 4. GLOWM training resources 5. LAERDAL Simulators 6. MAF Videos 7. Government NHM major partnership Programme Partnership
  18. 18. Monitoring and Evaluation, Sikkim, Pop. 0.7 million, 3 Visits -2013-16 Mothers saved 50 Babies lives saved- 250(est.) Basic Trainees- 208 Goal - 200 ASHAs trained 170 Goal - 250 Master Trainers -13 VTT 7 +3+3 calmedrotary@gmail.com www.calmedrotary.org
  19. 19. Guide to Global Grants Area of focus policy statements Community Assessment Tools Global Grant Monitoring and Evaluation Supplement Cadre Grants staff RESOURCES
  20. 20. QUESTIONS?
  21. 21. Rate this session! Your feedback is valuable so remember to complete the brief session evaluation in the convention mobile app. To download the app, search for Rotary Events in your Apple or Android app store. This presentation and others from throughout the convention are available through the convention mobile app and on SlideShare at www.SlideShare.net/Rotary_International.