Social Return on Investment (SROI) Case Study

Theory of Change—Summary
If 7-year-old Aboriginal children and their siblings living onreserve who have been impacted by family violence receive culturally-appropriate, intensive
intervention over 2 years, their intimate and community relationships will improve and
they will become positive role models in their homes and communities later in life.

Article Summary:
Social Return on Investment (SROI) Case Study for the first phase of Walking the Path Together.
Requested by the Province of Alberta at conclusion of their funding of the first phase.

WTPT SROI Case Study (Oct 21).pdf
2013-07-25 14:08:50Alberta Council of Women's Shelters