Jobs make a huge impact. But we don’t stop with the number of entrepreneurs we hire or train. We look at the number of jobs created, the average income and changes from those jobs, the number of secondary jobs created by our entrepreneurs, and then changes in the number of kids who are able to go to school because of a stable income. We also then ensure we’re measuring specific metrics within each impact area: acres of farms and nutrition rates for hunger; number of people with access to water; reduction in CO2 for environment; and under five mortality rates for health. 

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