The comparative data are from the 2012 Streetfootballworld Report on “Members Profile Update" based on replies to a survey by 91 NGOs in Africa (36), Asia (13), Europe (11), North America (6) and South America (25).
1. Delivery of programmes and services
- MYSA had over three times more members than the African and global average1
- MYSA had nearly two times more members per staff than the African average1
- MYSA had nearly three times more members per staff than the global average1
- MYSA had sixteen times more volunteers than the African average
- MYSA had four times more volunteers than the global average
- MYSA had five times more volunteers per member than the African average1
- MYSA had eight times more volunteers per staff than the African average
- MYSA had three times more volunteers per staff than the global average
- MYSA managed 31% more funds per staff than the global average
- MYSA expenditure per member was only half the global average
In addition, MYSA delivered core programmes and services during 2012 to nearly the same membership despite a 30% cut in funds. MYSA staff also worked without salaries for five months so the limited funds could instead be used to help the MYSA members.