The Noble Hands Zimbabwe Trust

Theory Of Change

Adaptability and change in systems is normal and healthy. At The Noble Hands Zimbabwe Trust we believe by introducing alternative innovative, viable, sustainable programming models at support society level, government, civil society, public policy level we achieve more and impact livelihoods. As we implement our programmes our aim is to influence or cause a widespread impact to both at organisational to the final beneficiary level. These changes often cause widespread indirect impact by crowding in at support market levels impact and copying at final beneficiary level. Capacity building to us is a never ending cycle A systemic change has three key characteristics. They have scale and influence and benefit a large number of people who were not directly involved in the original intervention. They are sustainable continuing past the end of the programme, without further external assistance. They are resilient models are adapted to continue delivering pro-poor growth as the market and external environment changes.