Instructed by Amani Institute
Course Starts August 27 , 2014.
Sign up for this practical & accessible course for social entrepreneurs on African Management Initiative’s brand NEW online learning platform. Developed in partnership with the Amani Institute and supported by the Rockefeller Foundation.
Do you have a big idea that could have an impact in your community and beyond? This course is for you. Developed in conjunction with the Nairobi-based Amani Institute for social change, this course helps social entrepreneurs work with local communities to design real solutions that solve real problems
Why take Designing for Impact with AMI?
This course is designed to help social entrepreneurs, aspiring social entrepreneurs, and managers at social impact enterprises gain knowledge and practical tools to understand how to start something new in a local community to address a particular social problem.
‘Designing for Impact’ will help you understand how to design a project with the active participation of the people you are trying to help. You will learn how to deeply understand the problem, create a new solution and develop a strategy for implementation.
The course starts on August 27th, 2014. The course will last about 4 weeks. You can work on the material at your own pace anytime, anywhere online.
Learning is completely FREE! This includes all video lessons, exercises, assignments, case studies and many of the practical downloadable tools that make AMI’s courses so valuable. You will be able to upgrade for an electronic AMI Certificate of Completion.
The course is developed in conjunction with the Nairobi-based Amani Institute for social change, this course helps social entrepreneurs work with local communities to design solutions that solve real problems
- The problem you are trying to solve
- The solution that you have discovered
- The strategy you have developed to generate the impact
- 15 video based lessons.
- 3 downloadable tools.
- 12 practice activities.
- 1 final exam.
- 1 course mentor/buddy.
- Detailed case study.
- 12 informal quizzes.
- 3 Units tests.
- 1 final assignment.
Total time required 15-20 hours
- 20% unit tests,
- 40% final exam,
- 40% final assignment
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