Welcome to KoboToolbox

We are excited to announce the upcoming release of a completely new generation of tools for electronic datacollection - KoBoToobox 2.0. The new tools include a brand new, more intuitive formbuilder, a question library, and a data aggregation platform to visualize and aggregate your data in one place - online or offline.

We are working closely with the United Nations and the International Rescue Comittee, as well as many other organizations, to especialy tailor this new release for humanitarian emergencies. Read more...

Recent updates

New KoBoToolbox piloted in disaster simulation

Sun 27 Apr 2014

Braving rain and various other challenges, 115 humanitarian professionals put KoBoToolbox to the test by over the last three days within a simulated disaster setting.

Google's Eric Schmidt awards grant to KoBoToolbox

Mon 10 Mar 2014

Eric Schmidt, Google's Executive Chairman, today announced his support with a grant to KoBoToolbox for its work in disaster relief.

Humanitarian Academy Simulation to include KoBoToolbox

Thu 6 Mar 2014

The Humanitarian Academy at Harvard, taking place 15-27 April, will include KoBoToolbox during their course and simulation.

New Question Library feature to be released in 2014

Wed 19 Feb 2014

A completely new version of KoBoForm is due to be released in the summer of 2014, and it will include a completely new feature - the question and asset library.

KoBoToolbox used by OCHA in Central African Republic

Sat 1 Feb 2014

During the deteriorating humanitarian crisis in CAR in mid-December 2013, a team specialists was deployed to support an emergency "multi-cluster initial rapid assessment".

KoBoToolbox Showcases

Central African Republic
What:
Demobilization and Disarmament of Former Rebels (DDR)
Who:
United Nations Development Programme
When:
2009-ongoing
Tools:
KoBoCollect, KoBoSync
DDR Central African Republic
Brazil
What:
Environmental Impact Assessment
Who:
Ricardo Abdala: Dgrau Ltda.
When:
2011 - ongoing
Tools:
KoBoToolkit
Dgrau using Kobo in the field

Support and development

KoBo tools are free and open source, but we also work with partner organizations to help them with their specific needs. Advanced support and custom development are also available.

KoBoToolbox is proud to be supported by