Annual Impact Reports
SisterWeb Goal Scorecards
From its first months of operation, SisterWeb adopted Results Based Accountability as the guiding framework to help us clarify our purpose and hold ourselves accountable to the communities we uplift and serve. Each of our five organizational goals has a linked scorecard (similar to a report card) which makes our data visible and helps us stay on track.
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SisterWeb continues to partner with allied researchers such as the SHARE team at UC Berkeley, to elevate the need for respectfully funded Community Doula organizations and programs.
Explore more research:
What, when, and how long? Doula time use in a community doula program in San Francisco, California
Getting Doulas Paid: Advancing Community-Based Doula Models in Medicaid Reimbursement Conversations
Partnering with Community Doulas in Research: Agenda Setting and Program Evaluations
“My 9 to 5 Job Is Birth Work”: A Case Study of Two Compensation Approaches for Community Doula Care
Barriers and Facilitators to the Implementation of a Community Doula Program for Black and Pacific Islander Pregnant People in San Francisco: Findings from a Partnered Process Evaluation
Medi-Cal Coverage for Doula Care Requires Sustainable and Equitable Reimbursement to be Successful
“They’re gonna be there to advocate for me so I’m not by myself”: A qualitative analysis of Black women’s motivations for seeking and experiences with community doula care
2022 Photovoice Project with SisterWeb Doulas
These photographs and quotes are from the SisterWeb Evaluations Department’s photovoice project carried out in by 2022. Photovoice is a participatory qualitative research tool used in community-based research. It’s a powerful way to help us understand others and connect with each other. For our photovoice project, SisterWeb community doulas took photographs and attached stories that represented their individual perspectives and lived experiences as doulas.
SisterWeb Vision Video by the Evaluations Team