Measuring Our Impact

We are measuring the quantifiable impact of a home to constantly learn, improve, and increase our impact.

What Is Impact Data?


Measure The Impact

We aren’t satisfied in only measuring our impact by the number of homes we build or individuals we help. Through impact data we are studying the quantifiable impact of a home on education, well-being, income and community building. We’re beginning to learn exactly how families are thriving and how we can optimize for community health, not just program metrics like number of homes built.


Learn & Improve

With everything we do, we aim to generate sustainable and positive impact on families and communities. We know that progress isn’t linear and communities are complex social systems. We’re collecting impact data to amplify beneficiary voice, understand patterns and start a conversation about how we can constantly improve and iterate on our model.


Share With Donors

We believe knowing your impact should be industry standard. Through our platform we’ll share impact data updates on specific families and the community as a whole with donors.


We believe that the impact of a home must be measured with data. Learn more about how we measure and our methodology. We also did our homework. See existing research on housing.

Understanding The Impact In Labodrie, Haiti

Homes = Community

91% of families trust their neighbors.

Home Investment

87% of families have or plan to add onto their homes.

Homes = Opportunity

16% higher employment rate vs. the tent community.

Homes = Well-Being

9hrs of sleep reported vs. 4hrs of sleep reported in the tent community.

Explore More Impact Data

  • Health



  • Income


  • Home Ownership


Impact Metrics

  • Well-Being

    Neighborhood Social Ties & Community
    Access to Basic Services
  • Socio-Economic Status

    Poverty Levels
  • Physical Health

    Cough, Congestion
    Grave Illness
  • Economic Impact

    Jobs Created
    Home Unit Impact
    Community Impact

Visit Labodrie, Haiti

Learn about the power of a home in Labodrie.