Social objectives and social indicators are used to define and evaluate your conservation project’s relevant social impacts.
A social objective is a statement that details a specific desired outcome of a project that is related to the interaction of the individuals, groups, and institutions within a society. Often our social objective is related to improving human wellbeing.
A social indicator enables measuring and monitoring changes of a specific dimension of human well being.
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At the end of this session, the participants should be able to:
- Understand social objectives and how to develop SMART objectives
- Understand social indicators and characteristics of good indicators
- From different examples, learn more about indicators that are used to measure human well-being.
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