Making Evidence Actionable

Leveraging the insights from the Impact Genome Project™, we are now able to bring to the sector a new generation of evidence-based tools:



Program Imprints™

Evaluate Any Program Using Evidence Based Analysis


Using the Impact Genome®, any social program can be evaluated within seconds by matching its “DNA” (or program features) to the evidence base of other rigorously evaluated programs.


This unlocks valuable insight without a formal, longitudinal study which can take years and cost millions of dollars:


  • The likelihood of successfully producing certain outcomes (e.g. job readiness or literacy)
  • Which program “genes” are driving impact
  • Which program design changes can lead to increased impact (the same impact for lower cost)
  • To what extent is a program is evidence-based, and what supporting evidence exists



User Benefits


  • Implementers: improve program design and demonstrate your effectiveness to donors
  • Foundations: test out the potential of innovations and new ideas pre-funding
  • Impact Investors and Social Finance: incorporate expected social impact into ROI calculations
  • Social Entrepreneurs: prove the impact of innovative new initiatives



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Evidence On-Demand™

Answer any research question with rigorous evidence and meta-analysis


Using Evidence On-Demand™ (EOD), social impact research questions can be quickly answered by leveraging the Impact Genome’s vast knowledge base and research team. This saves weeks or even months of time while ensuring questions are rigorously and comprehensively answered.



EOD can be used to answer a variety of questions, including:


  • “Should I incorporate parental involvement into my early childhood education program?”
  • “We want to expand our youth leadership program, what are evidence-based programs that we

 can replicate or learn from?”

  • “What are evidence-based best practices for implementing hands-on learning into my model?”



User Benefits


  • Foundations: develop and support new investment strategies
  • Researchers: compile comprehensive literature reviews
  • Consultants: provide evidence-based strategy advice
  • Governments: research and develop new programs



For more information and pricing, please contact us.