Ana María González Forero, director of Cartagena’s international cooperation office, streamlined data collection and disaster relief efforts for 5,000 households in Cartagena by replacing paper data collection forms with KoboToolbox in the aftermath of Hurricane Iota in late 2020.
The Department of Agrarian Reform in the Philippines uses KoboToolbox to gather crucial geo-tagged data for the Support to Parcelization of Lands for Individual Titling project, starting in the Ilocos Region.
How the Caribbean Development Bank is using KoboToolbox to enhance community resilience in the Caribbean
The Caribbean Development Bank, an institution dedicated to reducing inequality in its member countries, has provided critical training to over 200 aid workers on using the KoboCollect app to gather data for emergency response and disaster risk management, which is used to empower communities to become partners in building their own resilience.
The inaugural 2022 Anthem Awards, a program that celebrates purpose and mission-driven work worldwide, has awarded this honor to KoboToolbox’s data collection platform for revolutionizing the way data is collected across the world.
Learn how you can setup robust longitudinal surveys, retaining all of your initial data from the original survey while having the necessary data automatically gathered into future surveys.
Joint Initiative Announced to Enhance KoBoToolbox for Data Collection and Analysis in Displacement Contexts
KoBo Inc. and JDC have partnered to strengthen KoBoToolbox, part of JDC’s ongoing effort to strengthen data systems and fill data gaps in order to improve the lives of people affected by displacement.
KoBoToolbox’s Public Collections feature makes it easy to create, store, and share questions across surveys, teams, and organizations. KoBoToolbox’s Public Collections feature makes it easy to create, store, and share questions across surveys, teams, and organizations.
Purposeful, a feminist hub based in Sierra Leone, was able to stay connected with over 15,000 girls throughout the country during COVID-19 by loading the KoBoCollect app onto 700 smartphones and distributing them to over 700 mentors for their Girls' Circle program.
Despite shifting global attention toward the COVID-19 pandemic throughout 2020 and 2021, the war devastating Syria and its people drags on. The lives of millions of Syrians fleeing for safety continues to be precarious and their futures uncertain.
TWB and KoBo Inc develop speech recognition technology to capture voices of speakers of marginalized languages
Translators without Borders (TWB) and KoBo Inc. with funding from the Cisco Foundation, will develop automatic speech recognition technology to help humanitarians better collect data from speakers of marginalized languages in low-literacy contexts.
PHR has systematically documented these war crimes since the start of the Syrian conflict