Impact Metrics

In 2011, as part of our process of developing Ubuntu’s institutional capacity, we worked with McKinsey & Company to help us better measure, review and communicate our impact. We produced a set of integrative outcome measures to track, assess and generate insight around our impact. Our findings thrilled us, as they concretely validated what we already knew: Ubuntu is working. They clearly show the high social returns generated by an investment in Ubuntu.


Ubuntu clients are significantly more likely to seek, use, and adhere to TB and HIV treatment.


Ubuntu TB infographic


Ubuntu HIV infographic



Nearly twice as many students pass their grade 12 exams with Ubuntu support.


Ubuntu Grade infographic



Ubuntu invests in children from cradle to career with reverberating effects for our clients and society.


Ubuntu Pathway Infographic



Below is a full summary of the report.



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