Improving qualitative data collection: KoboToolbox’s advanced features for transcription, translation, and analysis
To rapidly assess the scope and scale of needs in affected communities during an emergency, data collectors in the field often have to prioritize quantitative data over qualitative data. However, most practitioners agree that qualitative data can provide more nuanced insights on complex topics. With our new features for transcription, translation, and analysis, users can more effectively collect, manage, and analyze qualitative data to produce rich insights.
Supporting future growth and accessibility: Introducing KoboToolbox’s new plan model
In response to KoboToolbox’s ongoing growth, we have introduced a new plan model to enhance the platform's long-term sustainability and accessibility for all our users, particularly those in nonprofit and social impact organizations.
Introducing the KoboToolbox Ambassadors Program: A new initiative to support local user communities and organizations
We are excited to announce the launch of the KoboToolbox Ambassadors Program. Volunteer Ambassadors will benefit from exclusive resources to strengthen their skills and execute their role of supporting local organizations to use KoboToolbox.
Using KoboToolbox to measure the impact of Nuru Burkina Faso’s locally-led initiatives for sustainable development
Nuru Burkina Faso is using KoboToolbox to support rural farmers as they transition from subsistence agriculture to established locally-led farming cooperatives. Through data-driven initiatives, they aim to demonstrate the impact of their interventions, focusing on improving livelihoods and reducing poverty in the region.
Empowering rural communities against poverty: How HURREDO is supporting locally-led development in Cambodia with KoboToolbox
HURREDO, an organization dedicated to supporting community-led development, used KoboToolbox to build local capacity in rural Cambodia. With increased access to data, communities can make better decisions to address critical resource-related issues and create new opportunities to improve social and economic conditions.