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How to calculate ROI for a non profit when it is actually losing money?

Our client is a non profit considering investment in a new technology to prevent malaria in Africa. Should they invest in this new technology given the following information:

Every year malaria costs $100M to African Economy.

Current means used to prevent malaria 1: Mosquito nets- Annual Savings- $10 M, Annual Cost- $12M.

Current means used to prevent malaria 2: Mosquito spray- Annual savings- $15M, Annual cost $20M.

New Technology: Annual Savings- Don't Know, Annual Cost- $15M, One time setup cost- $25M.

Should our client invest in this new technology?

Our client is a non profit considering investment in a new technology to prevent malaria in Africa. Should they invest in this new technology given the following information:

Every year malaria costs $100M to African Economy.

Current means used to prevent malaria 1: Mosquito nets- Annual Savings- $10 M, Annual Cost- $12M.

Current means used to prevent malaria 2: Mosquito spray- Annual savings- $15M, Annual cost $20M.

New Technology: Annual Savings- Don't Know, Annual Cost- $15M, One time setup cost- $25M.

Should our client invest in this new technology?

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Please ignore the previous answer

Please ignore the previous answer

If our annual savings with this new technology are more than 15M, then we should go ahead with it.

If our annual savings with this new technology are more than 15M, then we should go ahead with it.

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