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ANDE SA Metrics Learning Lab Cape Town
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ANDE SA Metrics Learning Lab Cape Town

Do you want to be part of a solution to an impact measurement challenge in South Africa? Join fellow ANDE members in Cape Town as they brainstorm solutions to impact measurement challenges in the region. See more details below.

When: 11 October 2017
08:30 - 11:30 SAST
Where: Allan Gray Orbis Foundation
46 Hof Street
Cape Town 8001
South Africa
Contact: Kingsley Mphahlele

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ANDE South Africa  Metrics Learning Lab

"The ANDE Catalyst Fund for impact measurement in Africa"

Join fellow ANDE members in Cape Town as they brainstorm collaborative solutions to the key challenges faced in measuring impact in the region. The working group will also address some of the top challenges that were mentioned in the previous Metrics Learning Lab meeting, see notes here >

Date: 11 October 2017

Time: 08:30am - 11:30am SAST (please arrive and register beforehand, prompt-start at 09:00am)

Where: Allan Gray Orbis Foundation, 46 Hof Street, Oranjezicht, Cape Town, 8001

*Light breakfast will be served*


Johannesburg satellite meeting at the same time

Date: 11 October 2017

Time: 08:30am - 11:30am SAST (please arrive and register beforehand, prompt-start at 09:00am)

Where: Genesis Analytics, 50-6th Road, Hyde Park, Johannesburg, 2196

To register for the Johannesburg satellite meeting click here >


Guest speaker:

Tracey Chambers: Founder and CEO of The Clothing Bank

Tracey will share her learnings from The Poverty Stoplight Tool and methodology. Tracey is a Chartered Accountant with 25 years’ experience in the corporate and social sector. Before starting The Clothing Bank she worked for Woolworths as the Head of Financial Planning and Performance Management. After 8 very exciting years at Woolworths (a major SA listed retailer) she decided to resign from the corporate world to pursue her passion for teaching and empowering others. In 2010, she founded The Clothing Bank, a non-profit organization which empowers unemployed mothers through Enterprise Development. The idea for The Clothing Bank came from her experience in retail and business where she identified that there was an enormous amount of waste product that could be used more effectively to empower the millions of mothers (who are mostly single) in South Africa to become financially and socially independent. The Clothing Bank has grown over the last 8 years to support over 700 women (annually) who made profits of over R30 million from their businesses last year and is pioneering a micro/social franchise model in the early childhood development sector through its Grow with Educare Centre Project. They have successfully opened 20 schools in lower income communities in supporting 800 children and enabling school owners to run sustainable businesses. Tracey was awarded the prestigious international Schwab Social Entrepreneur of the Year award in 2016 and is now a member of the World Economic Forum community of social entrepreneurs.


Please ensure that you have read the challenges identified in the notes from the previous session on the ANDE SA Metrics Learning Lab blog.


We hope you can join us.