This SROI aims to tell the story of Mojo, the story of how much time and resources were spent on the programme and what happened to everyone involved as a result. To assist the reader to be able to compare outcomes, SROI uses financial valuations to support comparability. This report has valued outcomes that are not usually traded for money, but which are extremely important to the Men who attended the Mojo programme and to people in general, these include things like mental health, a reduction in isolation and the ability to learn new skills.
This social return on investment evaluation (SROI), reviews the outcomes from the Mojo pilot programmes against the full costs associated with running the course over a thirteen-month period, from September 2012 to October 2013.
The evaluation includes a detailed analysis of the outcomes of the programme, both negative and positive for all stakeholder groups affected by the programme, this included; the men attending the programme, their families, local services involved in contributing time to Mojo, referral agencies and the health service.