Research and monitoring and evaluation are an important part of all
the work we do at Heartlines. We use research in all aspects of our
projects, from their design through to their implementation.
of our projects starts with extensive research. We use research to
understand social issues and to plan and develop initiatives to address
these issues. The research we do includes literature reviews, expert
opinion gathering and focus group feedback.
We also use
monitoring and evaluation to understand how effective our projects are
in the real world. For this, we do dipstick analysis and ongoing reviews
once our projects are underway. This helps us to strengthen and adapt
our work and to make sure we are on track to meet our goals for the work
Heartlines also partners with external monitoring and evaluation specialists to assess the impact of our work.
Values & Money has been rolled out churches, businesses and organisations in conjunction with our film Nothing for Mahala.