How the IFRC is using KoboToolbox to support efforts in Ukraine
Humanitarian crisis situations, such as the war in Ukraine, demand access to real-time data. The International Federation of Red Cross and national Red Cross societies are using KoboToolbox to provide critical support to people affected by the conflict, both inside and outside Ukraine.
How KoboToolbox helps to track attacks on education
KoboToolbox has partnered with Education Above All (EAA) and UNESCO to build TRACE - the Track Attacks on Education Data Portal.org. TRACE is a new online portal that generates reliable, timely data on attacks on education. The goal of this portal is to inform advocates, policy makers, and journalists. We also built it to make it easier to share this crucial data with humanitarian and development workers, as well as the communities whose schools are most affected by conflicts and violence. TRACE was released and presented publicly at UNESCO in Paris at the International Day to Protect Education from Attack on September 9, 2022.
Using KoboToolbox to bridge the gap between data science and disaster relief in Colombia
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.
How KoboToolbox supports equity, social justice, and rural development in the Philippines
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.