The more that is invested in sustainability, the more important the measurement of impact becomes. This is particularly true for the SDGs, which form the superstructure of their reporting. The Global Goals Yearbook helps to quantify, visualize, and compare your corporate SDG performance to maximize co-benefits, minimize trade-offs, and enable stakeholders to make more informed decisions. That allows users to evaluate investment option (ESG criteria) and to assess direct and indirect effects on the SDGs (Stakeholder criteria).
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The different levels of a project we subdivide as follows:
INPUTS: This first level of a project includes all the resources available to a project. These can be
money, equipment, but also employees, among others.
ACTIVITIES: If certain inputs are available, then activities can be carried out. Examples of this level are workshops and trainings.
OUTPUTS (or results): At the output level, the direct results of the activities are now described. If an activity is conducted, then certain outcomes are expected.
OUTCOMES: An outcome is a change that occurred because of your program. It is measurable and time-limited, although it may take a while to determine its full effect.
IMPACT: Impacts are the long-term or indirect effects of your outcomes. Often, the effects go beyond the actual target group and have an impact on the target group’s environment – i.e., on the wider society.