We study in order to identify and strengthen social change models while using empirical evidence to elaborate and disseminate best practices.

Finding ways of measuring the results obtained is now an essential component of work in the third sector. This is fundamental when it comes to reporting to stakeholders and for the evaluation of the sustainability, scalability and replicability of the interventions.

Our actions, as well as our monitoring and evaluation of projects carried out by others, are based on a results analysis in order to elaborate, model and disseminate best practices, with the aim of recognizing and strengthening social change models. The best practices which we identify are constantly subject to research and transformation with the aim of consolidating them over time.

After all, social innovation is a continuous process of learning, sharing and refinement of the methods necessary to achieve the changes that we wish to see in the world.



PASPED is a 21-month project financed by AICS Dakar as part of the overall programme PLASEPRI/PASPED and aims at fostering the socio-economic development in Senegal by capitalising the Senegalese diaspora between Europe and Italy. 70 business ideas, promoted by Senegalese citizens living in Italy (and/or Europe), will selected and supported to outline fully-fledged business plans.

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Doniamo Energia

Through the evaluation of the Bandi Energia (Energy Call for Proposals), promoted by Fondazione Cariplo and Banco dell’Energia, we contribute to the development of intervention models finalised at avoiding that disadvantaged families in the Lombardy descend into structural poverty. We do this by focusing on promoting skills and territorial networks.

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We are working for the Associazione di Fondazioni e di Casse di Risparmio (ACRI) (Association of Foundations and Savings Banks) to define a multi-actor model of intervention in Africa, capable of aggregating resources and promoting the Italian development system in the strategic sectors of food farming and energy

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