Annual Report 2013-14
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?Make A Difference is an amazing programme designed and run by young adults who recruit other young people, outstanding college students like themselves, to mentor and teach children who haven't had the same chances in life as many of the mentors have had. These young volunteers understand and believe in something very simple, that all children, regardless of their circumstances, deserve the same chance to get educated and to build productive and successful lives? And let me tell you, this work is amazing, and it is vitally important.?
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2013 was a seminal year in the development and evolution of Make A Difference. After a number of years of working intensively with children in shelters we could really see the need for more holistic interventions and longer term support for children, ranging from emotional safe spaces to after-care that are typically not available in the current shelter system. The result of this is that children exiting shelters often struggle to adapt to and cope with life on the outside, resulting in ongoing cycles of poverty and abandonment. This led us to carry out a five year review, reassessing our vision, impact targets and strategies to really understand the interventions and time-frames needed to ensure that children do not leave shelters only to return back to a life at risk. We worked with an international expert, Rizwan Tayabali, to develop a meta solution outlining all the core factors and intervention points that impact outcomes for children in shelters. We then created a long term roadmap to tackle the problem on its real scale, and in 2013 embarked on the start of a journey that we believe will one day transform the lives of all children in shelters across India. Given that we already have significant reach with 85 shelters across 23 cities, our priorities shifted towards quality of impact rather than further growth in size. We decided to pause scaling our reach and remain focused on our existing cities and shelters until we have scaled up the range of programmes and support systems that are needed to ensure lasting long term outcomes. We moved away from a singular focus on English and upgraded our Ed Support programme to include Mathematics and Science. We also expanded our Discover programme, increased the number of Dream Camps we run, and rolled-out a transition support programme we piloted in 2012, called Propel, to seven cities. 2013 thus saw an increase in number of volunteers per child, interventions per child and hours per child, resulting in much improved impact across the programmes we delivered. Our priority for 2014 is to stabilise the foundations of the new MAD we are pioneering, which has both the ability and the capacity to holistically empower children in shelter homes. With your continued support I still believe that at some point in my lifetime we will be able to see an India where abandonment, child labour and child trafficking are things of the past.
Jithin C Nedumala Founder, Make a Difference
ABOUT US @ WHO WE ARE Make A Difference is a youth driven, non-profit organisation working to ensure equitable outcomes for children in orphanages and street shelters. Registered as a non-profit in 2006, MAD reaches out to over 5000 children in 85 shelters across 23 cities in India, through a highly efficient 3500 strong volunteer network. Volunteers commit a year and spend between 2 and 10 hours every week mentoring, teaching and interacting with these children in order to ensure they get the support and care they need during childhood.
Why we exist According to UNICEF, India is home to 400 million children, a number which includes an estimated 31 million orphans - the largest child population in the world. Out of these nearly 176 million children are considered to be in need of care and protection. Children at risk in India often end up in shelters, which are overloaded and focused more on basic needs than childcare or longer-term progression. The result is that both quality of life and adult outcomes for children in this demographic are very poor, leading to cycles of poverty and abandonment. With inadequate educational qualifications, life skills, financial or emotional support to cope outside the orphanage; children who have grown up in shelters often take up menial jobs, or get trapped into alcoholism, violence, drug abuse, marriage scams, prostitution or trafficking. Solutions often struggle with the scale of the problem, and are commonly single dimensional or isolated. This is compounded by the fact that little useful data exists because it has historically been difficult to track what happens to children after they leave shelters.
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Our vision is that even the most vulnerable children in shelters are able to realize equitable outcomes We understand the most vulnerable as children who either do not have a family to support them, or children whose families are unable to provide a safe space for them to grow up in. Many of these children end up in shelters, which struggle to address more than infrastructure and basic needs, so Make A Difference focuses on providing them with additional care and support systems to ensure that they flourish.
Our mission is to improve quality of life and outcomes for children in shelters and to ensure that every child is able to fulfil their potential irrespective of his or her circumstances.
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Our minimum target is to ensure that these children are able to live a life free from exploitation and are capable of managing emotional and financial life crises. However our real goal is for children we work with to end up on par with a stable middle class demographic that allows us to break the cycle of poverty and abandonment.
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ABOUT US @ STRATEGIES Make A Difference mobilizes young leaders to ensure equitable outcomes for children in shelters across India. We do this via two broad intervention strategies that ensure holistic development and support : i.
Empower children through better emotional health, life skills, exposure, educational support, transition readiness and after care.
ii. Enable and improve the ecosystem around them by driving better practices among the institutions that directly affect their lives; primarily Shelters, Schools, Family, State and Society.
Our programmes are designed around 3 key theories of change:
Better care practices among institutions and agents that impact the child result in better quality of life as well as better long term outcomes. The primary agents are shelters, schools, family, state and society/ community.
Children have better adult outcomes if empowered on a number of fronts, specifically emotional resilience, life skills, learning, qualifications and work readiness.
Ongoing systematic connection with and intervention through young volunteers provides longer term personal networks and support systems for children in shelters, while simultaneously developing agents of change within our broader society. This results in more sustainable outcomes and better opportunities for children exiting shelters.
ABOUT US @ SOLUTIONS 92% of all children in shelter homes drop out by the age of 18. With our support however, more than 90% of the children who have been through our programs have continued into higher education post 18.
Through our four core programmes, Ed Support, Discover, Propel and Dream Camps, Make a Difference creates a support system and an emotional safe space for children in shelters by ensuring every child has at least 3 adults who care for them, understand them and who they can reach out to when theyfeel overwhelmed.
Children have access to trained mentors for a minimum of 2 hours a week from the age of 10 to 18. Mentors spend time getting to know and developing a customized plan for each child. This plan includes not just academic support but also life skills, personal discovery, art, music and language lessons delivered by teams of volunteers on the ground.
Depending on the age and need of the child, MAD?s programmes include career awareness activities, helping them transition to better schools, helping them identify their career path and funding it when required.
We also work closely with the shelter they are living in to ensure their basic needs are taken care of and interact with their teachers to understand their developmental needs.
The most powerful feature of our solution is that by the time the child comes out of the shelter home they already have strong relationships and bonds with at least 10 mentors who become their community when they need them the most.
ABOUT US @ DELIVERY MAD is one of the first organizations in India to have developed a fully sustainable volunteer based delivery model. We have mobilized over 12,000 young leaders to volunteer with children since 2006. At Make A Difference, we ensure that our children get the best of the city?s young leaders and they have role models to look up to. MAD has established itself as an exciting and energetic organization that provides unique platforms to create positive change in the lives of children around the country. Volunteers identify with MAD?s brand of the passionate ?can do?spirit. They value the rewards of teaching and engaging with young children around the country and of witnessing the progressive change brought into their lives. Engaging youth and channeling their energy into social causes is something most organizations in the social spaces struggle with. We pride ourselves on having a robust and effective volunteer engagement model.
How we do it
14 day Social Media Campaign
+ 3 day College Campaign
X colleges in 23 cities
3 day Corporate Campaign
+ Each 1 Bring 1 Campaign
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+ Group Discussion
+ Technical Interview
+ HR Interview
RECRUITM ENT DRIVE
8 hour training and Induction session for all volunteers
+ 16 hours technical training per volunteer per year
+ 10 Shelter Meetings per year
Shelters in 23 Cities
MAD interviews over 30,000 applicants every year through a 4-round interview process to find the best candidates across the country. Selected volunteers commit to a year, and are then provided training and induction sessions based on their profile, before they are challenged and empowered to make a difference on the ground.
Average period for which a volunteer works with MAD
Recruitment drives conducted in 2013-14
Applications received for volunteering in 2013-14
ABOUT US @ INNOVATION We are one of the leading players in the NGO space for cutting edge use of technology. With just 23 full time employees and operations running across 23 cities, we leverage technology to drive transparency, effectiveness, quality and performance across all our operations.
MADApp is a one of a kind internally developed web and mobile platform designed to empower communities to self-mobilize. As a volunteer management tool, it provides real-time information on every programme activity that happens in MAD, teacher names and profiles, attendance, material taught and the progress made by each child. This information is used to nationally drive the quality standards within the organisation. MADapp is the only web application in the world designed for such a purpose and has been presented in forums like the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.
The HR app, popularly known as RApp was created to provide our volunteers with easy access to the National team thus leading to quicker solutions to challenges faced on ground. They simply type out the query or concern to the mobile number provided, after which a ticket is generated, tracked and resolved within 48 hrs. The HR app has helped us improve the morale of volunteers by bringing a flat organizational structure into practicality.
MAD currently has India's largest offline individual fundraising network. Donut is a mobile app that revolutionized MIS at MAD by completely eliminating the need for paper receipts for donations made. A volunteer can now be registered as a fundraiser and can issue E-receipts directly to the donor as soon as a donation is made. MAD thus receives real time data on funds raised on ground. Donut is one of the biggest offline Crowd Funding Platforms in the country.
Unique users for HR App
Funds deposited through DONUT
Donations made through DONUT
IM PACT @ REACH
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A major highlight last year was Lalit, one of our Propel students, being accepted into the SAIL (Systematic Approach to Interactive Learning) Programme at the Marriott hotel. Lalit was a 12th grade student at a shelter in Bhopal. Through his MAD mentor, Lalit received coaching and preparation for his interview for the SAIL programmeand successfully cleared it. He was accepted into the 3 year course during which time he would also be interning at the Marriott. He is being provided with a stipend and will also be sponsored by Marriott to undertake his Bachelors degreee in Hotel Management and Tourism from the Indira Gandhi Open University (IGNOU). On completing the programme, Lalit will be offered a guaranteed job with the Marriott hotel. On Sundays, Lalit visits his friends at the shelter home. The children there look up to him, having seen his transformation from a shy boy to a confident young man.
Austin was a student in a shelter home in Mangalore when we began work with him in 2011. He often found it difficult to follow his textbooks and class work due to lack of proficiency in English. For the next 4 years our Ed Support volunteers worked with him on improving his English Communication, comprehension and writing skills. His progress under the programme was so outstanding that when the US State Department's Community College Initiative Programme (CCIP) was introduced for 2013-14, Austin was the obvious candidate. The programme provides selected children scholarships to attend college in the US for one year in any discipline of their choice. After a three-round process which included TOEIC tests, Statement of Purpose submissions and a personal interview, Austin was selected as one of only two candidates from India. Austin believes in the power of education and he feels that system of education in our country leaves a lot to be desired. Hence, he has chosen early childhood education as his field of specialization for the CCIP program.
A 12th grade student from a shelter in Vellore, Nandini came from a poor agricultural family. She was, however, a good student and always enthusiastic about her ambition to pursue higher education. Through MAD, Nandini was coached and mentored by her designated ?Wingman?for over a year. Following her 12th grade exams and given her interest, the team decided to try and advocate her cause to the Vice Chancellor of Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT) to admit her into a bachelors degree course. Nandini was granted an interview with the Vice Chancellor which she cleared successfully, was granted admission into the Integrated Masters in in information Technology (MS IT) and today is a happy student at VIT.
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Number of Crowdfunding Donors
42 Number of Books distributed
Number of Discover Activities
Dream Tees Sold
1 Number of Improvement
Percentage of Funds
Number Hours of Volunteer
Number of newspaper articles on MAD
through crowd funding
80 Reach on Facebook
% of leavers placed in jobs or universities
IM PACT @ MONITORING
We design for and monitor impact on both macro and micro levels, and develop our programmes specifically to target the impact we want. We see macro indicators as those that are indicative of the long term quality of life we aspire for the children we work with, and micro indicators as those which we expect will add up to effect that change.
We are working on scalable models and holistic solutions that in the longer term will both aim to increase the support systems available to abandoned children, and also improve the way shelters are managed and run. To ensure that we get these right, we are investing significantly in field research to test and validate sector assumptions around long term outcomes, and to allow us to better prioritise the interventions we deliver. Through our in-house Problem Definition and Research Team, we aim to understand the effects of institutionalization on longer term life outcomes of children. By studying the lives of 35 year old adults who grew up in institutionalized environments across the country, the team aims to identify the real drivers behind negative outcomes and create sustainable and effective solutions to address them. We address and track indicators at different stages up to the age of 28, starting with early stage indicators we believe fundamentally affect trajectory. Some of the indicators we look to measure are:
Fundamentals of literacy and numeracy Confidence and self-esteem Core life and social skills 10th Std Grades 12th Std Grades Core transitional and independence skills Progression to further education or vocational training Stable housing post shelter Progression to career oriented work Financial stability Earning Threshold Freedom of Choice Social Inclusion 11
RECOGNITION @ ACHIEVEMENTS & AWARDS Our work in India has been recognized by eminent people around the world, including Michelle Obama who chose MAD as one of the few organisations to visit on her trip to India in 2010. We have also consistently won awards for excellence, including:
Winner in the best Medium Category NGO in the InDiya Shine initiative organized by GreatNonProfits.com
World Summit Youth Award Winner
Starbucks Youth ActionNet Award Winner
First Runner-up in the Mahindra Spark The Rise competition
iVolunteer Award: Winner, Volunteer Engagement
MAD?s Founder Jithin C Nedumala has also won numerous awards:
2008 - Winner of the Ashoka Staples Youth Social Entrepreneur Competition 2009 - Noble Laureate of the Karamveer Puraskar awarded by ICongo 2010 - Cordes Fellow 12
RECOGNITION @ MAD IN THE NEWS
In 2013-14, MAD was featured 40 times in major National and Local Media. These included - The Hindu, Times of India, The New Indian Express, Dainik Bhaskar, Hindustan Times & Deccan Chronicle 13
PROGRAM M ES @ ED SUPPORT
"Volunteering as a teacher in Make A Difference was one of the most satisfying experiences of my life. It was especially good because the children were always excited to learn something new in every class. The curriculum facilitated practical use of the English language which would help them in their daily lives and exposed them to a life outside the shelter home. They learned English in the best way possible and I wish I had learnt it that way." - Vrishi Reddy, Centre Head, Hyderabad
PROGRAM M ES @ ED SUPPORT Why Ed Support? The Ed Support programme began as Project Connect, our flagship initiative aimed at improving English language skills among children in shelters. For children living in orphanages or street shelters who mostly attend vernacular medium schools, acquiring a working knowledge of the English language is a huge challenge. Project Connect operated on the rationale that a student?s confidence and employability increases considerably if he/ she can communicate effectively in English.
How Ed Support works Through Project Connect, we began offering the internationally acclaimed five-level Cambridge English for Schools (CES) curriculum to children in shelter homes. The curriculum is delivered by high potential volunteers who are recruited, provided with professional teacher training and empowered to be both teachers and positive role models. Tailored for children who are 9 years and older, this 5 year curriculum is implemented with periodic tracking of each child?s progress and regular impact measurement through standardized tests. Our teachers typically handle a class size of 10 students and are required to commit to taking classes for a period of one year. Ed Support operates on a teacher-child ratio of 2:5. Ed Support Impact 2013-14
Children in our Ed Support programme
Average score increase for children who show improvement
2,126 Volunteer Teachers in Ed Support
3,40,160 Percentage of children showing improvement in scores
Hours of teaching time
What's Next? The Ed Support programme continues to evolve based on our experiences on the field. Our most significant strategic decision for the next year is to gradually move away from the CES curriculum delivery and focus on improving the overall learning environment. While we will continue providing support for the CES Level 3 and Level 4 classes, in 2014-15, the Ed Support Programme will be re-conceptualized as a subject focused programme which will work towards helping our children attain the necessary certification and skills to pursue higher education in a field of their choice. We hope to achieve this by providing our children with a trained teaching volunteer who will provide them with guidance and necessary after-school support in subjects such as Math, Science and English, in line with their school curriculum. 15
PROGRAM M ES @ DISCOVER
"The Discover Fellowship was one of the most incredibly challenging roles I've played at MAD. Our goal was to expose children to the possibilities that the world outside of their shelter home holds for them. We hoped to help them broaden the choices they make at various points in life such as careers, extracurricular activities, behavioral and personality changes. The most exciting part was getting experts from various fields to talk to our children about the different possibilities that are out there. The skills learnt through my Fellowship were mostly centred around strategies and relationship building. My experience as a Discover fellow was amazing and it motivated me to join MAD full-time!" - Megha Bhaskar, Discover Fellow, Vellore
PROGRAM M ES @ DISCOVER Why Discover? At MAD, we believe that what a person becomes should not be a product of where they grew up or their financial background, but what their dreams are, and what their true passion is. Through our work with children in shelters we found that as they progressed through school, there was a marked lack of awareness and confidence about varied career and life choices. Faced with a lack of exposure and support, children were less likely to think in terms of long term goals, wishes and dreams when it came to such choices. This lack of inspiring and supportive social environments for children in shelters is what the Discover programme tries to address.
How Discover works The Discover programme, in its current form, works with children in classes 7-12 and empowers them to make informed decisions by providing career awareness and experience-based learning. By providing exposure to various career options, the programme strives to ensure that children are able to understand their true strengths and potentials. Through its dedicated team of fellows and volunteers, the programme organizes workshops, excursions and educational activities giving children an immersive experience of higher education and career opportunities. We have hundreds of children across the shelters we work with who now want to be teachers, artists, engineers, robot designers, fashion technologists etc. because that's what they are passionate about. Discover Impact 2013-14
2,811 Children in our Discover Programme
2,268 Hours of Discover Activity
1,21,600 Activities completed
Hours of volunteer time
What's Next? In the past year, Discover was primarily focused on providing exposure to various career opportunities. In 2014-15, we plan to expand our scope to create a holistic platform through which children in shelters gain access to new worldviews regarding education and careers as well as other life choices. In its new avatar, Discover will focus on helping children find their area of interest through initial profiling, explore it through experiential workshops and activities and make a decision at class 10 between the three high school academic streams of Arts, Science and Commerce. Children will also be supported in building practical life skills such as social skills, computer skills and financial skills. 17
PROGRAM M ES @ DREAM CAMP
"If I were to describe Dream Camp in an adjective it would be: Inspiring. The experience of planning the camp was magnificent, every second felt like we were part of something big. The one thing about camp that would last with me forever would be this - Sharon, a previously very shy little girl came forward, picked up the mic and spoke of her camp experience in front of an audience; which was a very big leap for her." - Hardik Pokhrel, Discover Fellow, Bhopal
PROGRAM M ES @ DREAM CAMP Why Dream Camps? For children in shelters, the daily routine switches between their shelter and school environments. While fulfilling basic physical and educational needs, these environments rarely, if ever, offer children opportunities to relax, wonder and simply enjoy themselves while learning more about the world they live in. There is a marked lack of encouragement, inspiration and awareness of the multitude of possibilities that await them in society. We believe that every child deserves a chance to experience a new, ?fun?environment filled with opportunities to enjoy themselves and learn new things while building self confidence. This belief is what inspired us to create Dream Camps.
How Dream Camps work Dream Camps usually span across 1-3 days with each day being broken down into sessions. The aim is to provide children with fun, practical and realistic learning experiences. Sessions are customised according to the age groups, gender and abilities, while balancing life skill development with exposure to various career opportunities. The sessions cover themes like inspiration, education, adventure, team building and skill development. Education sessions include working with simple circuits, creating computer apps, or making short films that open doors to various career paths. Adventure sessions may use rock climbing or trekking to raise spirits and overcome fears. Team building sessions strengthen bonding through group discussions, competitions and role-play sessions. These are just some of the examples of the fun and learning that happens at Dream Camps. Dream Camp Impact 2013-14
2,967 Children participated in Dream Camp
85,464 Hours of volunteer time
456 Dream Camps conducted
Camp sessions conducted
What's Next? Dream Camp, in its current form, is a platform for children to take a break from their regular routine at shelter homes with fun, learning activities focusing on career awareness. Going forward, Dream Camps will evolve into a 3-4 day experiential event that helps children 'build' and connect with their dreams through self growth and transformation. In 2014-15, we will partner with sector experts and draw on their theory of personal transformation to help children increase self esteem and confidence. Dream camps will continue to be a fun, educational experience but will grow to include aspects such as goal setting, defining aspirations, teaching children to dream big and take the first steps to realizing their dreams. 19
PROGRAM M ES @ PROPEL
"Being a Propel volunteer was a life changing experience for me. I was made Wingman to Kavya - a 12th grader at a shelter in Bangalore. It was a challenging role as she was struggling to make a decision regarding what she wanted to do. The subject she was interested in - Accounts - was also the subject she had failed in her pre-board exams. Over the next month I worked with Kavya to improve her scores. I am an Accounts student myself, so I was equipped to help her. I helped Kavya draw up a timetable and gave her small tips on how to perfect a ledger and how to keep her paper looking neat and clean. She absorbed everything I told her, clarified doubts, and practised with great dedication every single day. In her final report card, her highest marks were in Accounts. I still feel thrilled when I think about the change we created together. From failure to success in one month! Now that?s an achievement! And now, Kavya is doing her B.Com in RBANMS College, Bangalore." - Karishma , Propel Fellow, Bangalore
PROGRAM M ES @ PROPEL
High school is an important decision point for all children. For children in shelters, the period is often made worse by the absence of a mentor such as an elder sibling or parent who can guide them. Faced with deficits in life-skills, academic support, career guidance and funding support, children in shelters often fall back on familiar career and life choices. This point at which a child leaves the shelter, usually around high-school, is thus a crucial intervention period. Propel evolved from our identification of the need to provide strong reinforcement to life skills, increased exposure to career choices and overall support to older children at this stage.
How Propel works Propel is a Mentor programme that equips a child to completely rehabilitate into society when required to leave the shelter. Propel works by getting children in classes 11 and 12 job ready through career counselling, guidance and by providing financial support to pursue viable careers. A "Wingman" is assigned to each child in the programme to provide career support and guidance. Skill building modules ensure that the children are better equipped to face the world outside the shelter home. Funding support is provided for those who have the passion and motivation but lack financial resources to turn their dream into a reality. Shelter leavers are also supported to access a network of colleges, vocational training and job opportunities through our tie-ups and networks. So far, several Propel students have been successfully placed into degree courses in law and engineering at prestigious institutions like Bangalore Institute of Legal Studies (BILS) and Vellore Institute of Technology (VIT). Propel Impact 2013-14
Cities in the Propel programme
High school students in our Propel programme
Students being funded by MAD
Leavers placed in colleges / jobs
Hours of volunteer time
In 2014-15, Propel will increase its focus on delivering increased exposure, stronger transition readiness and a robust after care support system. This is derived from our programme learnings which show that even once children have gotten into a college or a workplace, there is a need for continued support and skill training to equip them to deal with the realities of these situations. Each child's Wingman will now help with practical skill building and understanding the facets of independent life outside the shelter home. In 2014-15, the enhanced Wingman module will be rolled out to 13 cities and 142 children. At an administrative level, team Propel will also be working on increasing programme efficiency by taking reporting and feedback processes online, thereby increasing accountability and transparency. 21
PROGRAM M ES @ FORTIFY
"We needed to paint our school building. The school rooms had never been painted since the school was started and we were always low on funds to take it up. The activity has had a really good impact on us and the children are really happy. Having the Fortify programme in the All Children Together Trust (ACTT) centre was really incredible because it supplemented and enhanced the educational and other support that MAD was already providing us." - Chandan Das, Centre Authority, ACTT Kolkata
PROGRAM M ES @ FORTIFY Why Fortify? Through our extensive work with children in orphanages and shelters, we have learnt first hand that the physical environment in which children grow up and the support that they receive plays a major role in developing their personalities. Research shows that a child's environment has a marked effect on intelligence and emotional development. It also shows that emotional and cognitive impairments caused by a poor social environment can be substantially improved if living conditions are improved early enough. The primary focus of our Fortify programme is to improve the physical environment in shelters to ensure that children have better childhood experiences.
How Fortify works Fortify aims to convert our partnering shelters into spaces that provide basic safety, hygienic living facilities and inspiring learning spaces required to foster a healthy childhood. It does this by raising awareness and mobilizing the community. As part of our community fund-raising drive, volunteers raise funds to improve facilities at the center where they teach. This may include anything from bunk beds to paint to water purifiers. The shelter authorities are also brought in to provide insights into the requirements and improvements needed. Once the improvements are identified, our team works on identifying partners to help implement the suggested improvements and coordinates the implementation. Fortify Impact 2013-14
33 Centers impacted
Non-MAD children impacted
MAD children impacted
* For every child in MAD's programmes, there are at least 3 other children in the same shelter who are not part of our programmes
What's Next? A key purpose of Fortify was to generate impact by improving conditions for children in Shelters, but we have found that there are interventions with a better cost to impact ratio especially when considering longer term outcomes. As our focus has shifted towards longer term outcomes we realise that we need to re-purpose resources towards improving the quality and range of our empowerment projects. The most effective way for us to do this is to pause infrastructure initiatives. Until we are better able to deliver infrastructure improvements, we plan for Fortify to evolve into a Shelter Support team whose primary focus is to work more closely with Shelter Authorities to understand the needs of individual shelters and children so that we can begin to customise the support and interventions we offer to maximise impact. 23
CAPACITY BUILDING @ LEADERSHIP BY DESIGN (LXD)
"The whole process taught me that being a leader is not about telling people what to do or having all the answers. It?s about bringing the whole team together to deliberate and making sure everyone is on board with the idea. My year with LxD taught me that a good leader needs to have his/her people on board at all times. And many times it is alright to not have the answer right away. Answers come, in their own due time! " - Paul Francis Valluvassery, City Team Lead, Kochi
CAPACITY BUILDING @ LEADERSHIP BY DESIGN (LXD) Why LxD? One of our focus areas since the time of inception has been seeding social change in the minds of the youth of India. Our Leadership x Design (LxD) programme is India's largest Youth Leadership Programme, which brings together over 350 young leaders every year from across 23 of India's biggest cities. Today through our Leadership x Design Programme (LxD) we have been able to produce over 1300 high potential leaders who in the years ahead will be passionate and competent to bring change for the betterment of their community as they move to greater positions of leadership and influence in the future.
How LxD works The LxD programme consists of 4 Leadership Conferences (LC's) a year. Each fellow undergoes two half-yearly conferences held in the North and South region. Our 4 day intensive residential training is based on Stanford?s Design Thinking principle, which is an approach to learning that focuses on developing creative confidence which inculcates problem solving and leadership skills in participants. Instead of merely focusing just on ideation, the Design Thinking approach has a positive bias towards on-ground implementation. Once our Fellows learn, observe and understand the challenges they are dealing with, they become solution-drivers in their own ecosystems, thereby leveraging the benefits of Learning by Doing. LxD Impact 2013-14
Leadership Conferences conducted
399 Young leaders trained through the LxD Programme
Hours of sessions delivered
What Next? In the coming year we plan to drive improvements towards a more cost efficient leadership development model driven by a single national conference that will bring all MAD Fellows across the country under one roof. We have come to understand the more young leaders that we can bring together, the greater the amount of knowledge sharing learning and development that happens. We will supplement this with an internal user generated knowledge library called HQ, and a campaign called the ACT Tour. ACT is a reverse model of the LC, where instead of Fellows and the National Team coming together, Team Directors will travel to visit every MAD City Chapter, providing training and support to Fellows as well as observing operations, collecting feedback and motivating volunteers to take up Fellowship for the next year. 25
CAPACITY BUILDING @ EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT (EXE)
"It has been our constant endeavour at EdelGive Foundation to engage Edelweiss employees in social initiatives through our platform that provides them with a unique exposure while helping the NGO?s and the beneficiaries with their needs. Collaborating with Make A Difference (MAD) has been a great experience as we organised fundraising events such as a Comedy Show, a Salsa Work shop and a educational session for the children supported by MAD. The employees had fun time at each of the events while supporting a good cause. Its heartening to see the energy that MADsters brings into everything they set out to do and we would like to wish them all the best for the future." - Edelgive Foundation
CAPACITY BUILDING @ EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT (EXE) Why ExE? Along with mobilising young leaders in communities surrounding shelter homes through our Fellowship model, we also work towards engaging Companies and Corporations in the work we do. We firmly believe that Business Leaders also need to be part of the solution and supporting corporate employees to volunteer with us as part of sponsorship packages is an effective way to sensitise leaders of the future to the issue of children in shelters, while providing great value in return to sponsors who fund our impact. Over the years we have built some great relationships with local and multinational brands and companies whose employees have been instrumental in some of our campaigns and have made a difference to children by helping deliver Discover sessions and volunteering in our Dream Camps. It is thus a win-win approach for children, MAD and the organisations who sponsor us.
How it Works We first create ownership by catalysing a core team of volunteer leaders within the sponsor company. This team becomes the epicenter of all our engagement activities. Their primary responsibility is to collectivise and create a community within the company where everybody chooses a way of giving back based on their age, interests, educational background, and time availability. Their options include Child-centric Projects, Technology Projects, Fundraising Campaigns, Mass Awareness Campaigns, and Project Management. Post a child sensitivity training session, they then join our regular sessions as support mentors, after which they are enabled to deliver sessions by themselves, and finally to create their own sessions with support from our dedicated city teams. The whole experience becomes powerful and binding when young business leaders are able to see impact on the ground for the work they put in. ExE Impact 2013-14
No. of corporates engaged
2,188 No. of volunteering hours contributed
No. of employees engaged
2013-14 Engagement Partners
SOCIAL AW ARENESS @ CAMPAIGNS
SOCIAL AW ARENESS @ CAMPAIGNS BACKATHON The Backathon is a one of a kind mass awareness campaign created by MAD to highlight the issue of illiteracy. Every year on the 8th of September our volunteers across the country celebrate World Literacy day by getting on to the streets of their city and walking backwards in masses, representing our effort towards pushing back illiteracy in India. Our last Backathon had more than 3000 volunteers participate across 18 cities.
MAD WEEK MAD week is a campaign we run annually from 1st - 6th November, the anniversary week of MAD's registration in 2006. Its signature campaign is called 'Happiness is contagious' where our volunteers across the country step out into their community and show their gratitude to people who are least appreciated such as the traffic police, labourers, security guards and street vendors through acts of kindness.
Events across India
2,00,000 Likes on the MAD Facebook page
Dream Tees sold in 2013-14
DREAM TEE The Dream Tee was a high quality T-shirt launched by MAD to raise awareness of the plight of children in shelters. The T-shirts were designed by eminent designers and sold at college campuses and in retail outlets. Introduced in all major cities in India, the Dream Tees helped us highlight the urgency of the issue we are trying to address and engaged the public in spreading the word. All proceeds from T-shirts sold were used to support children in shelters. 29
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The overall amount of funds we raised increased from Rs.2.49 Crores in 2012-13 to Rs.3.70 Crores in 2013-14. Crowd Funding and Corporate Grants continue to remain our largest source of funds with contributions of 39% and 38% respectively. Fundraising events in cities also continue to gain momentum contributing to 18% of total funds raised during the year.
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Funds raised through Crowdfunding
69% Funds raised from domestic sources
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Income from fundraising grew by 48% overall. This was fuelled by larger grants from our existing corporate partners driven by higher satisfaction with our programmes and employee engagement activities. Funds raised through crowd funding registered a 47% increase, fuelled by better technology and greater reach. Over the next year we will continue to focus on developing our crowd fundraising capability as part of our attempt to engage and enable the communities around our areas of operation. 30
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Accountability & Transparency INTERNAL AUDIT
BUDGETING & CONTROL
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SUPPORT @ THANK YOU
As an organisation that delivers impact largely through a volunteer network, key aspects of our ability to make a difference to children in shelters would not be possible without the help and support of the wonderful people and organisations who stay involved with us. First and foremost we must recognise all our amazing MADsters, from our dedicated Volunteers to our Fellows, Interns and Strats for the unwavering commitment that drives the change we want to see in the world. Your names are all in the small print. A big thank you must also go to all our givers, from our Corporate Sponsors and Foundations, to the Individual Donors who contributed so generously to help vulnerable children. Much gratitude also goes to our NGO partners who have shared their knowledge with us, and to our strategic advisors, Rizwan Tayabali and Akshay Cherian for the time and effort they have put in to ensure that our impact keeps growing. 32
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With an estimated 31 million orphans in India, our best hope of impacting the true scale of the problem is to work towards changing and improving the way the existing system of shelters operates. 34
W HAT'S NEX T @ NEXT STEPS Maintain our focus on scaling quality of impact rather than reach. Expand educational programmes from English into support for Science, Math and English. Expand our Propel and Discover programmes. Expand number of volunteers per child to improve quality of impact. Partner with other expert organizations where we either deploy their methodologies using our own scalable delivery network, or support them to deliver their pieces of the puzzle in tandem with ours. In 2014 we will pilot this to increase our impact from Dream Camps.
We range our planning in a way that ensures that our annual plan remains firmly in line with our long term aspirations. Over the next 3 years we will lay foundations for longer term systemic change with a focus on the following elements: Benchmark and baseline adult outcomes to help us prioritise interventions better and set meaningful targets for outcomes. Scale and standardize quality of impact in existing programmes, focused on personal development, education and progression. Expand our range of empowerment programmes to cover all critical intervention points, with a focus on Life Skills, Emotional Health, Transition Readiness and After-Care. Formalise and expand the work we do to drive change in the ecosystem around the children we work with, focusing on shelter support, public awareness and understanding policy. Ensure seamless integration between all our programs, and more agile and responsive delivery. Develop thought leadership in improving outcomes for children in shelters, and in mobilising and developing young leaders.
The Next 3 Years
Stabilise delivery and increase operational efficiency. Formalise and embed Agile planning and decision making. Redesign the organisational structure at the national level and transition to ?One Big MAD?. Focus on strengthening cultural identity across teams and across cities. Start improving transferability of methodologies, knowledge sharing and regional practices. Expand dedicated team for researching outcomes to include regional Fellows and develop scalable tools for managing and analysing data.
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Help us do more Over the next five years, we hope to invest more per child in three key areas: - Understand their individual and collective needs better - Provide more time with volunteers that have received more training - Improve and increase our touch-points and interventions to ensure a more holistic range of support for better long term outcomes
Help us help more children UNICEF estimates there are 31 million orphans in India. Our work has only touched the tip of the iceberg. As we evolve, we hope to reach more children, either directly or by working with the state to roll-out better practices in all shelters across India. Your time, skills, donations in kind and financial support all go a long way towards helping us achieve both of these goals.
Help us lower our costs For Children: While we are able to massively reduce our costs of delivering services through a sophisticated volunteering model, our work supporting children does also incur a range of non-service costs such as Classroom Resources, Learning Books and Materials, Buses/ Local Transport for Extra-curricular Activities and Venues for Camps.
For Make A Difference: As a distributed non-profit organisation we strive to be as efficient as possible, and one of the ways we do is by eliminating drag as much as possible. We are always looking for Sponsors to help us eliminate the costs of Computing Technology (Hardware and Software), Office Equipment, Connectivity, Travel and Venues for Fellow and Volunteer Meetings..
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