The HEDERA Impact Toolkit.



Tracking progress and enabling impact assessment at the household level

Your organization is fully committed to improving your customers’ quality of life. The testimony of a few clients is just the tip of the iceberg of what you are truly achieving. Monitor your clients’ progress based on reliable data and set your next goals.
The HEDERA Impact Toolkit helps you work more efficiently, focus on your customers’ needs, remain competitive in rural areas, and visualize and understand your achieved impact.
Household by household. We support you in identifying your clients’ basic service needs, designing basic service access programs, evaluating the programs’ impact, and monitoring clients’ progress out of poverty.

Impact Investors

With HEDERA you will be able to efficiently screen the investees market to find the ideal partners, as well as monitor the impact of funding programs.

Financial Institutions

Our solutions help inclusive finance institutions in implementing data-driven and cost-efficient market assessment studies, generate SDG-aligned impact report, and finding the right investment partners

Basic Services Providers

HEDERA will assist you in developing impact assessment pipelines and in establishing robust partnerships with financial institutions, and impact investors

MOBILE APP:
FIELD DATA COLLECTION

Our mobile survey application enables quick and easy data collection in the field. No internet coverage required.

  • Forms based on latest SDG standards are already included in the app.
  • Your own forms and questions can also be integrated.
  • Easy to install and use.
  • Minimal training required. Loan officers can easily conduct the survey.
  • Household data collection in less than 10 minutes. Every household can be covered

THE DASHBOARD:
DATA MAPPING AND VISUALIZATION

The dashboard visualizes the collected data in real time, based on the surveys you have undertaken.


  • Locate your clients and identify their needs, see the work of your loan officers, and filter your clients according to specific indicators.
  • Get an overview of the data collection campaigns.
  • Track your impact.
  • SDG7: Energy access data are analyzed according to the ESMAP Multi-Tier Framework.
  • SDG6: WASH data can be reported according to the JPM/UN service ladder approach.
Find out more about our assessment methodologies for the SDGs.

THE DIGITAL REPORT:
SHARING YOUR ACHIEVEMENTS

Digital reports are instantly generated based on your field data.


  • Reports are automatically generated based on the latest collected data.
  • You can create and select interactive graphs and chapters and report what matters to your partners.
  • Digital report available as PDF or interactive, navigable web page.
  • Accessible anywhere through a URL.
  • Relevant impact indicators (SPI4, IRIS, or Gogla Impact Metrics) are calculated automatically based on the data collected. Consolidated all in one place, ready to report.



REFERENCES

In 2019 we launched our products. These have been tested in different local contexts.
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The aim of this case study is to assess and analyze the level of access to energy of a sample of clients of the inclusive financial institution Fondesurco.
The purpose of the analysis is to obtain insights and relevant information concerning energy needs, energy usages, energy expenses. Moreover, this study aims at evaluating several attributes describing energy access (access to electricity and access to modern cooking solutions). The data collection has been performed using the App HEDERA collect.

The sample - and the evaluation of the energy access attributes - allows also to evaluate a baseline with respect to SDG 7: Affordable, reliable, and safe energy for all. The baseline evaluation is based on standard metrics, implementing the Multi-Tier Framework (MTF) developed by the ESMAP sector of The World Bank. The case study is also a pioneer application of the Progress out of Energy Poverty Index (PEPI) (N. Realpe, PhD Thesis 2017), which is also based on the MTF.
Fondesurco is a Peruvian savings and credit cooperative established in the city of Arequipa. With more than 26 offices in the South of the country, located in the departments of Arequipa, Moquegua, Puno, Ayconcho and Huancavelica, Fondesurco has the vision of consolidating his presence in rural areas where access to finance is limited. As a pioneer institution in the country offering green credits, within the framework of its Renewable Energy Solutions Program (SER), its objective is to offer better access to clean energies and increase energy efficiency for the rural population with low resources.

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The aim of this case study is to assess and analyze the level of access to energy of a sample of clients of Microbanco Confiança, and to test the applicability of the HEDERA Impact Toolkit in the target rural region (including the HEDERA collect mobile App and the software for data analysis and evaluation). The data collection has been performed by two loan officers, in the offices of Boane and Magude.

Microbanco Confiança is a microfinance institution, established in 2017, providing small loans for smallholder farmers and entrepreneurs in the rural areas of Maputo Province (Southern Mozambique).

HEDERA collaborates with Hillary Kipcoech Korir, a master student at the Panafrican University for Water and Energy Sciences (PAUWES) of Tlemcen (Algeria), providing software support for data collection in rural region. Mr. Korir instructed five research assistant providing installation and support in using the HEDERA collect App.

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Access to energy is multidimensional. In order to quantify and address energy demand and energy needs of the rural population, it is highly necessary to implement tools that are not limited to a purely binary assessment (household connected/not connected to the grid). Assessing energy needs shall take into account a wider range of attributes, measuring energy access in terms of affordability, reliability, quality, and safety of energy, as well as include the possibility of using modern and alternative sources (e.g., solar home systems, mini-grids). The purpose of this pilot study was to
  • Analyze the access to energy of a sample of clients of the Mexican microfinance institution Te Creemos
  • Collect a large amount of household data within few weeks
  • Perform energy access assessment according to the Multi-Tier Framework (MTF) developed by the ESMAP sector of The World Bank.

The sample - and the evaluation of the energy access attributes - allows also to evaluate a baseline with respect to SDG 7: Affordable, reliable, and safe energy for all. The case study is also a pioneer application of the Progress out of Energy Poverty Index (PEPI), which is also based on the MTF.

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