Social impact assessment for the urban entrepreneurs of tomorrow
The core of our action: Impact Assessment
We work with the i3 methodology.
Co-created by Ashoka and Improve, our partners.
Validated by HEC Business School.
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Immersion in the organisation's activities and context, definition of the tools and impacts to be measured
Feedback session and transmission of our tools and methodology
Analysis of the data and framing of recommendations
including interviews with
the team members and beneficiairies
How does it work ...? More information
Tailored to your needs.
-Transmission and training to our evaluation tools
-Strategic and methodological recommandations
-Support to communication strategy and content creation
To reveal the impact
We are looking for partners to help us make impact assessment a perennial practice serving the initiatives for a sustainable city. We also wish to share our experience with the publics (students, local ecosystems, ...).
What we do:
ADVISING, CONNECTING, DEVELOPPING
entrepreneurs for sustainable cities
We can adapt our services according to the resources of the entrepreneurs, who cover our costs. We are not perceiving any personal benefits. Our aim is to make impact assessment affordable to all types of structures, even outside of France.
Acticity is a non-profit association co-founded by four young people.
We met (a couple of times!) while studying Urban Policy at Sciences Po Urban School.
Thanks to a training program by IMPROVE, social company and experts of social impact assesment, we gathered our skills, enthusiasm and devotion in one mission : supporting intiatives towards more sustainable cities.
City explorer and always up for discovering new places, I was born and raised in Spain and studied for one year Sao Paulo, Brasil. I came back with the desire to work with associations or actors who promote alternatives to city-making.
Born and raised in Morocco, I found myself immersed in the cultural melting pot of Paris while completing my Masters Degree in Urban Governance. While spending one year in Johannesburg (SA), I developed a will to engage with the social entrepreneurs of the cities of tomorrow.
Go-getter and passionate about Excel sheets, I keep track of every spending. Last year, I worked for a Ghanaian law firm in Accra and then did an internship the culture development sector in Casablanca, Morocco.
Born in France, my interest in cities grew while living in the cosmopolitanism of Paris where I studied, then in Johannesburg where I conducted a modest research on social housing. Researching, collecting testimonies and sounds from wherever I go !