March 25, 2014 | USAID Impact Blog
Since the program’s inception in 1985, we have recorded and reported on measurable activities, such as the increase in beneficiary incomes, the number of people trained, or the area of land under improved environmental and natural resource management. This is the data. And we can measure it empirically. But I want to talk about the immeasurable: the incredible relationships fostered between our volunteers and their hosts.