We have put data at the heart of our organisation and have partnered with 60 Decibels to measure our impact.
Listening and understanding to how our communities use the Hello World hubs needs to shape future development. It also gives us (and our partners) the conviction to roll out our hubs to more communities.
We use all sorts of active and passive data to understand the impact of Hello World hubs. Watch this space for more updates.
Do the Hello Hubs improve quality of life?
98% of all Hello Hub users agree that the Hubs have improved their quality of life, with 76% of users saying, it has “very much improved”.
- No Change
- Slightly Improved
- Very Much Improved
How old are Hello Hub users?
75% of all Hello Hub users are of School-Age and 25% of these have no other schooling. These are encouraging stats given the benefit we know self-directed learning has. 73% of users are male under 29. Over the age of 29, the gender trend flips with more female users.
- School-Age Users
- School-Age Users with no other Schooling
What are the Hello Hubs used for?
The Hello Hub users have a varied interest when using the Hubs. 43.7% of the activity is for Entertainment and Social Media purposes. A solid 33.9% is used for Education via educational games or for school work.
Let’s talk about porn! Only a tiny 0.7% of the searches are for adult purposes; many of which can be blocked by community installed safe-searching.
- Social Media
- News and Info
How much are the Hello Hubs used?
Across all Hello Hubs, the average usage is 19hrs a day. An average user comes to the Hub 2.0 times a week with each visit lasting an average of 1.8 hours.
- 19 hrs / day
Are there any good alternatives to the Hello Hubs available?
Only 17% of users could easily find an alternative to the Hello Hubs.
These users were able to access to a mobile phone.
- Not Sure