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Announcing India’s First SROI + Social Value Accredited Trainer

by David Thomas · Thursday, November 29th, 2018

We are proud to announce that Jignesh Thakkar has become the first Accredited SROI + Social Value Trainer in India. Jignesh is a Corporate Social Responsibility and Development sector professional with an MA in Social Work from Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, Maharashtra, a Gold Medallist in Bachelors of Social Work from Sardar Patel University, Vallabh Vidyanagar, Gujarat and Bachelor of Law from Gujarat University, Gujarat. Jignesh is passionate to work on developmental issues, strategic program development, project cycle management, concurrent monitoring, zero tolerance operations, responsible resource management, and fruitful networking. He has extensive knowledge of working on grant-funded

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Nzeve Join Social Value International as Organisational Members

by David Thomas · Tuesday, November 27th, 2018

Social Value International are happy to welcome Nzeve as organisational members. Nzeve is working towards the Deaf community being valued in an inclusive society. Nzeve is an organisation of deaf and hearing people working together to promote the rights of children and youth with disabilities to participate fully in society. Nzeve works to reduce discrimination by promoting sign language and deaf culture and building deaf community. Nzeve is currently working on their first report. Nzeve was successful in an application for DREAMS Innovation Challenge. They received funding for their “Grapevine Project”, run in partnership with King George VI Centre Bulawayo,

Announcing EY as Organisational Members of Social Value International

by David Thomas · Thursday, November 15th, 2018

Social Value International are very pleased to announce that The Outcomes Measurement team at EY have joined as organisational members. Social Value International CEO Ben Carpenter said ‘“We are excited about the partnership SVI can build with EY. They have a strong commitment to social value and a global reach that can help develop good practice throughout our networks. We look forward to working with their highly skilled teams as we work together to change the way the world accounts for value.” We asked EY to tell us a little about their recent impact work and what they’re hoping to