VIP2017 implements Hourglass methodology to measure social impact

This year VIP is implementing an measurement tool to track the impact created by the VIP Programme. This tool was developed by Incitement in collaboration with Taylor’s Education Group. The objective of the Hourglass is to derive both qualitative and quantitative measurements (results) from social projects. The outcome of each Hourglass workshop is to establish and align an impact measurement target model by recognising the various objectives of every stakeholder involved – from beneficiaries to sponsors, from non-profits to consultants – and carefully crafting impact measurements around those objectives. The Hourglass methodology was tested prior to implementation within the VIP programme by CIMB Islamic and Liter of Light Malaysia. Below is a snapshot of the Hourglass methodology:

Volunteering for International Professionals (VIP) partners with Incitement

Incitement - official implementing partner of VIP2017 under NBOS
On behalf of the Malaysian Ministry of Finance and the National Strategy Unit (NSU) we are proud to announce that the 2017 cycle of the VIP Fellowship Programme, part of the National Blue Ocean Strategy (NBOS) initiative as announced by Malaysia’s Prime Minister, Dato’ Sri Haji Mohammad Najib bin Tun Haji Abdul Razak, at the National Blue Ocean Strategy (NBOS) Summit in December 2013, has selected Incitement as the official implementing partner.

 

Incitement is well known for its independently organised community events in 46 countries, and its social impact work under the CSR initiatives of some of the world’s largest brands.

 

Incitement - official implementing partner of VIP2017 under NBOS

 

Call for entries opens on May 12th.

 

Apply as a Host Organisation for VIP2017 here.

 

The Volunteering for International Professionals (VIP) Fellowship Programme is an initiative by the Malaysian government to create a large pool of talented professionals, who are passionate about sharing their expertise and experiences globally, as expert volunteers to contribute towards nation-building in ASEAN region.The VIP Programme is designed specifically for professionals on career breaks who wish to volunteer in South East Asia and contribute to building up the regional ecosystem of nonprofits to create more social impact.

 

This four-month fellowship offers the opportunity for professionals to use their expertise in addressing ASEAN’s most pressing social issues. This programme aims to evoke long-term social change in the country. In order to ensure a successful programme, each volunteer is matched to a placement within a Host Organisation in a local community where his/ her expert knowledge will have the greatest impact.

 

Read more about Incitement here.