Pro Bono Economics worked with Shelter Scotland in 2016, helping to demonstrate through data collection that their first project, designed to stop at-risk households from become homeless, is already providing net benefit to society.
CMV Action approached PBE in order to conduct research into the economic effects of treating Cytomegalounis, one of the main causes of childhood disability in the UK. This will provide an evidence base for further research, awareness and fundraising.
Pro Bono Economics was asked by The Royal Foundation and True Colours Trust to consider if their available data can help to answer a number of questions about the service. This information will be used to assess whether it is feasible to scale up the pilot.
PBE has worked with Silverfit to produce a data collection programme that will help the charity to demonstrate the economic success of their service, offering fitness services to people over the age of 45.
PBE matched AFRIL with volunteers from Regeneris Consulting to advise them on means and methods of data collection concerning children’s welfare, providing a basis for future economic analysis of the effectiveness of their work.