There are five projects from Atma’s current and historical work that fall under The Atma Lab. Each project is distinct in the outcomes it was conceptualised to achieve. Each project has been designed and implemented in close cooperation with external stakeholders. Below is a summary of these projects, that highlights the outcomes we achieved, the gap we were looking to fill, and the partners we took each journey with:
Since inception, we have transitioned our support to ensure that NGOs are not only able to overcome their short-term challenges but are also prepared for medium to long-term challenges as part of an uncertain future.
The FOI Collaborative brings together social sector intermediaries from diverse areas of expertise to ensure that NGOs across the country have access to a support network.
These intermediaries are our “members” and have made a commitment to provide more than 1300 hours of support over the next year in the form of:
More than 750 NGOs have attended our Conferences, 50+ NGOs have signed up for MasterClasses and 75+ NGOs have received individualised mentorship.
Gati was a consortium of organisations and schools driving inclusion. Together we helped educators serve students effectively, in turn allowing more students to access school. Since the beginning of 2020 Atma has paused this project.
Atma would be happy to share its strategy, monitoring and evaluation tools, inclusive school competition model, and rubric to measure the inclusivity level of a school. To access resources developed by Gati for your organisation please email [email protected].
The Atma Network is a platform for entrepreneurs starting and scaling social enterprises or NGOs. Entrepreneurs can access Atma Network’s sizeable collection of user-friendly resources which are categorised as:
Tools (templates, checklists, worksheets, surveys, and assessments)
Reading material (content compiled by expert sources)
Best practices & real-life examples
In case you are interested to know more about the Atma Network, contact [email protected].
CCI provides the NGOs and CS senior employees an opportunity to engage with each other and build potentially lasting networks. This year (2021) marks the third consecutive year of CCI’s collaboration with Credit Suisse, reflecting the success of the programme as both an employee engagement initiative and a capacity-building tool.
Across the first two years of this program, we have engaged more than 50 senior employees from Credit Suisse to support 24 NGOs in completing 31 capacity-building projects.