BECAUSE WE BUILD…
- 560+ students annually in Zambia are taking social studies, community studies, creative & technology studies, English, Numeracy, Silozi (local language), and literacy.
- In Cambodia, an additional 100+ young children are able to enter Kindergarten each year.
- Our partners at One Acre Fund are able to provide 21,000 additional Kenyans, mostly women, with access to agricultural education, material capital, harvest markets, and secure crops.
- 200 students living just outside Nairobi now have a high school.
- A four-classroom building in Liberia provides a safe and secure place for 200 children to learn in each year, focusing on early education.
- A hospital in India serves a population of 90,000 people who previously had very little access to medical care.
- A village of 60,500 people in Western Kenya now has access to quality, affordable health care.
- Tens of thousands of food-insecure people living in Seattle, Washington have a place to go when they need to feed their families.
This work is only possible because of supporters like you. Thank you.
Construction for Change is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. We believe in transparency and accountability to our partners and supporters.
To ensure we fulfill this objective and demonstrate good stewardship of the generous donations from our supporters, CfC will continue to monitor the outcomes and evaluate the impact of the projects we build throughout the lifetime of these community facilities . We are a results oriented, mission-driven organization, and as such, we will continue to assess the successes and challenges of each and every building we build to continually improve our methods and increase our impact on the communities in which we work.
Below you will find our official Monitoring & Evaluation Strategy along with out most recent Annual Reports and Studies with information about our projects and partner organizations, our supporters, the CfC team, financial indicators and the social impact we are making worldwide.
Monitoring & Evaluation Strategy
CfC Impact Study conducted in June 2014 by the University of Washington’s Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies