2016 Global Measures
February 23, 2017
Measuring Pact's Mission Reports
We’ve celebrated many milestones since our founding in 1971. Among the most significant was our decision six years ago to begin measuring and reporting our results with standardized indicators. Our on-the-ground efforts to improve people’s lives are what matter most. But without objective measures, how can we assess our true impact? How can we do our very best to achieve our mission?
The data in this report matter because they represent people and communities that are exercising their voices and building their own solutions. The numbers were compiled from 92 development projects
in 30 countries. They span the 2016 fiscal year, from October 2015 to September 2016. They are organized as 12 global indicators that reflect our results in six areas: health, livelihoods, natural resource management, capacity development, governance, and business and markets.
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