newknowledge.org | Initiative: Pre-arming, Self-efficacy, and Non-profit Capacity Building
Initiative: Pre-arming, Self-efficacy, and Non-profit Capacity Building

Key question

  • What intervention strategies help to pre-arm individuals to confront threats in their pursuit of healthy practices and thriving?

We provide the non-profit sector with rigorous social science research to adapt and implement real-world interventions. With social science research as a critical resource, these organizations can undertake innovative, bootstrap projects with their communities. As social science advisors, we synthesize research for application in practice and observe and provide rapid feedback. By working with senior leadership teams, we help these groups gather their own data, apply sound practices in continuous improvement decision-making, and increase the quality of their reporting so they can achieve more with their current budgets.

 

Collaborators & Projects

Back on My Feet

Hispanic Information Television Network

Brooklyn District Attorney’s Office

Rain Barrel Communications