At ACF, we strive to continually improve both the efficiency and effectiveness of our programs.
A critical tool in helping us do this is our monitoring and feedback mechanism.
Participation plays a crucial role in our monitoring system. And whilst we have developed internal processes to continuously track project performance, we also invite feedback from all our stakeholders through various forums and platforms.
Our output based monitoring system includes a set of qualitative and quantitative indicators, and we assess program progress - from output, to outcome, to final impact. The results help guide us in building strategy and scaling up programs.
We believe in collaboration. And over time, have been building a robust network of partners, organisations and experts who share our vision.
It is important to share our experiences from the field with these networks, gathered over 25 years, and also learn from other like-minded organisations and groups.
Our knowledge sharing platforms provide us with the opportunity to exchange ideas, find better ways to tackle problems and collaborate to amplify our impact.Expression of Interest
INVESTING IN WATER TODAY & THE FUTURE – MUMBAI
In collaboration with Samhita organized an event to bring multiple stakeholders together, to work towards a shared mission of tackling water crisis.
SYMPOSIUM ON MODELS TO CONTROL NCDS- MUMBAI
Held in partnership with The Harvard Chan School of Public Health at their Indian Research Centre Mumbai, focused on sharing models that have been implemented globally for the control of NCDs and how to develop a strategy for the Indian Context.
FARM TO MARKET – CHANDIGARH
A participatory dialogue held in collaboration with Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) in Chandigarh to explore existing opportunities in developing a sustainable model and strengthening the value chain for small and large farmers.
Skill India: enhancing capabilities, empowering lives (Ahmedabad, Gujarat)
The convening witnessed over 40 participants sharing insights to understand the challenges faced in the skilling sector and exploring innovative solutions to these challenges.
Round Table on CSR and Sustainability (Mumbai, Maharashtra)
The event witnessed participation from experts from various fields in the development sector to discuss sustainable development through innovative solutions, community participation, statutory requirement and stakeholder engagement.
A Participatory Dialogue on Maternal and Child Health (Mumbai, Maharashtra)
The aim of the dialogue was to bring together stakeholders from relevant sectors who are relentlessly working to improve community health and enhance the availability of knowledge from the field. Sessions included talks by veterans and eminent personalities on topics such as Overview of Maternal and Child Health in India; Evidence-based Interventions to Reduce Neonatal and Infant Mortality; and the Role of Various Stakeholders in Achieving the Vision for MCH.