Improving the resilience of smallholder farms in Mozambique using KoboToolbox’s geographic data features

The Climate Smart Agriculture and Water (CSAW Sofala) project in Mozambique aims to improve the livelihoods of 7,800 smallholder farm families in the Sofala province and build resilience to future stressor events. Using KoboToolbox to collect precise geolocation data, the CSAW team is able to make more accurate data-driven decisions and monitor the progress and impact of the project.

How UNHCR is using KoboToolbox to support the needs of people affected by conflict in Ukraine

In response to the ongoing crisis in Ukraine, UNHCR is collaborating with local authorities, United Nations agencies, and displaced community groups and partners to provide necessary humanitarian assistance. KoboToolbox is central to the emergency response efforts in Ukraine, including relocation initiatives and cash-based interventions.

Using KoboToolbox to support female entrepreneurs and combat air pollution in Bihar

A World Bank Air Quality Management technical assistance program, aimed at reducing air pollution in the Indo-Gangetic Plain (IGP) states, worked with The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) to use KoboToolbox for a survey to underpin a Clean Cookstove Pilot in Bihar that established 25 women-led energy enterprises in the area.

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 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.