One platform to help you manage your data and fundraise

OVCmeasure is a tool to measure the impact of your programs:

Beneficiary data management: Every single piece of information that you need to have (and want to have) about a beneficiary, safely stored and neatly organized. This includes everything from a profile picture to program enrolments to social work reports.
Beneficiary assessments: Internationally standardized assessments aligned with domains from the Child Status Index are used to determine the wellbeing and continued development of children participating in your programs. This helps to identify areas for immediate intervention, but also helps to determine program impact over time.
Program/Intervention planning driven by data: Management and fieldworker dashboards are automatically updated using data from profile completion, attendance and assessments. These dashboards inform users of everything from attendance overviews to urgent matters (flags) regarding beneficiaries that need to be addressed.
Child sponsorship management: Imagine you never have to send another individual child update to a monthly child sponsor. Automated updates are generated and sent by OVCmeasure to each donor linked to a specific child. These updates adhere to POPI regulations, by anonymizing recognizable factors of the child, but keeping it personal for the donor to establish connection.
Staff & Volunteer management: Capture all the important information related to your staff & volunteers in 1 place. Store compliance docs (ID’s, police clearance, etc.), and disciplinary processes and track their training... all in one place.
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Effective organisations measure impact

Here is what Donors think about Measuring and Evaluation

With OVCmeasure you can effectively measure different aspects, like:

Attendance

Impact of programmes

Health

Emotional Wellbeing

Get OVCmeasure for your organisation:

Step 1: Click here to sign up for free

Step2: We will help you to register and use the OVCmeasure platform

Step3: Start measuring, making informed decisions, focussing your resources
and raising money more effectively.

PRICING/ PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Free Version

Free

  • Staff & Volunteer Management
  • Beneficiary Data Management
  • Programme Attendance
  • Baseline Assessment

  • Dashboard with flags
  • Child Sponsorship Management
  • 50GB File Storage
  • 5 Users

Impact Version

R2
50
per beneficiary

  • Staff & Volunteer Management
  • Beneficiary Data Management
  • Programme Attendance
  • Full stack of Child Status
    Index* Assesments
  • Dashboard with flags
  • Child Sponsorship Management
  • 50GB File Storage
  • 30 Users

Advanced Version

R2
50
per beneficiary
+ 5% of monthy sponsor amount
  • Staff & Volunteer Management
  • Beneficiary Data Management
  • Programme Attendance
  • Full stack of Child Status
    Index* Assesments
  • Dashboard with flags
  • Child Sponsorship Management
  • 50GB File Storage
  • Unlimited Users

*Click here to read more bout the Child Status Index

OVCmeasure Monitoring and Evaluation System
Lots of child-care workers wish they could see into the future to know what they need to do next … what program or intervention is going to have the biggest impact on the lives of the orphaned & vulnerable children that we work with. At OVCmeasure we believe that wish can come true interacting with an active data set. We believe that having data that shows you how a child is doing physically, emotionally, cognitively, spiritually and socially will tell you what program or intervention is going to have the biggest impact on that child’s life!
Data-driven decision-making
Does this kind of data-driven decision-making sound scary or even corporate? We thought so too, and that’s why we turned data into pictures and graphs that show up on your dashboard every day to help you make data-driven decisions that are going to achieve deep measurable impact in the lives of the children that you work with
Get to know the OVCmeasure Team
Click on the About Us link to read more about our team.
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