Social impact bonds fund welfare projects

Posted in: Intellidex in the media on June 8, 2021


Following our research into SA’s first two social impact bonds (Bonds4Jobs and IBIF), the hope is that future social impact bonds will build in rigorous impact evaluation – rather than simple outcome verification, says Zoheb Khan, social economy research manager at Intellidex, in Moneyweb. This would allow for a more nuanced understanding of the various effects of social programming and how they might differ for different groups of beneficiaries.

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