Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E)

What are inverventions for an NPO?

An intervention is a planned, structured approach to help someone who is struggling with a problem or addiction. In the context of a non-profit organization (NPO), an intervention might involve a group of people coming together to support and encourage an individual to make positive changes in their life.

  • The goal of an intervention for an NPO is to help the individual overcome a problem or addiction and to support the mission of the organization. This could include things like helping the person develop healthy habits, providing them with access to resources and support, and offering them guidance and encouragement as they work towards their goals.
  • An intervention is typically planned and structured, with a specific goal in mind. This might involve setting up a meeting with the individual and their loved ones, discussing the problem or addiction, and coming up with a plan to help the person overcome it.
  • An intervention can take many forms, depending on the specific needs of the individual and the goals of the organization. For example, it might involve providing the person with access to counseling or therapy, connecting them with support groups or peer mentors, or helping them develop a plan to address their addiction.
  • In some cases, an intervention might also involve providing the person with financial support or other resources to help them make positive changes in their life. For example, an NPO might provide funding for addiction treatment or help the person find housing or employment.

Ultimately, the goal of an intervention for an NPO is to help the individual achieve a better quality of life and to support the mission of the organization. This might involve helping the person overcome their addiction and develop healthy habits, or providing them with support and resources to help them achieve their goals.

Unified Donors and Beneficiaries

Single Interventions

You tracking and providing support to individuals on a one-to-one basis. The system allows for the creation of different types of interventions, such as counselling, referrals, treatment, phone calls, and home visits, and records the date and time of each intervention.

This creates a system-generated attendance register for the month, which can be used to track the number of interventions provided to each individual. The system also allows for the selection of multiple interventions at once, and provides statistics and reports to help track the effectiveness of the interventions. To get a list of interventions provided to an individual over a specific date period, you can use the notes report.

For group activities, you can refer to attendance registers