Working alongside members of the local community, the Bromley by Bow Centre has developed a method to measure the impact of its community work based entirely on what matters to local people.

The two-year Bromley by Bow qualitative study Unleashing Healthy Communities identified the ‘ingredients of a good life’ from the perspective of local people, set within a current and a historical context. Results were grouped to form a Community Informed Outcomes Framework.

Stage 2 of the project, funded by The Health Foundation, started in June 2020. The Bromley by Bow Centre team tasked itself with translating the co-produced outcomes framework into a measurable tool.

Find out more about the project and the journey to measure what really matters to communities.

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