From case management and country projects monitoring to strategic progress measurement and improved HQ collaboration, Heartland Alliance International systematizes data management to improve data quality and timeliness through a data management process
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Desde la gestión de casos y el seguimiento de proyectos nacionales hasta la medición estratégica del progreso y una mejor colaboración en la sede, Heartland Alliance International sistematiza la gestión de datos para mejorar la calidad y la puntualidad de los datos, mediante un proceso de Gestión de Datos.
Médicos del Mundo redefine la gestión de casos, las encuestas y el seguimiento de proyectos aprovechando la aplicación móvil ActivityInfo y la plataforma de base de datos relacional
Medicos del Mundo redefines case management, surveys and project tracking leveraging the ActivityInfo mobile app and relational database platform
Beyond data collection - Light for the World goes a step further with an information system that supports learning and adapting and monitors systems change at the global level
Explore how Light for the World approaches learning and adapting, monitoring systems change at the global level and more with ActivityInfo.
From global indicators monitoring to strategic evaluation and learning - how a common MIS platform is enabling IREX’s global MEL strategy
Program-specific indicator data for cross-program learning and meeting global MEL needs with ActivityInfo as a common MIS platform.
ACDI/VOCA manages M&E at the global level and supports the success of over 25 project teams with a common MIS platform
To align the work of a large number of diverse projects which are spread out globally, the M&E team maintains information management systems that go beyond a ‘simple database’.
The impact of digital technologies on Monitoring and Evaluation; cases from the field, country offices and HQs
During the gLOCAL Evaluation Week 2022, M&E experts shared their insights on challenges and opportunities they came across during the digital transformation journey in their organization.
Paper to Mobile Data Collection - KnK in Pakistan improves efficiency and transparency by combining the ActivityInfo mobile app and platform
By replacing paper-based data collection with ActivityInfo Mobile Data Collection, KnK in Pakistan has witnessed remarkable improvements in both the process and the outputs of data collection within only 3 months of use.
34 countries use ActivityInfo to simplify humanitarian coordination; best practices from the biggest deployments
Highlights from the work of information management teams from UNHCR, IOM and UNOCHA. Explore their work on monitoring the Humanitarian Response in Lebanon, Uganda, Libya and in 17 countries working on the Response for Venezuela and get some inspiration for your 2022 response monitoring planning.
From strategic to project level data, the AVSI Foundation in Uganda elevates evidence-based M&E with a centralized MIS platform
The M&E team in the AVSI Foundation in Uganda is responsible for tracking key indicators for multiple projects, from project outputs all the way up to the strategic goals of the country programmes and is using ActivityInfo to centralize reporting and measure progress towards them.
How UNHCR in East, Horn of Africa and the Great Lakes region serves diverse reporting needs with a unified platform
UNHCR adopted ActivityInfo in the region to bring together the diverse reporting activities of the regional and country offices. It was selected because it was flexible, quick to deploy and easy to learn.
Multi-partner reporting with UNOCHA Iraq: from standardized forms to an innovative dynamic dashboard
Every year, UNOCHA in Iraq shares the Iraq Humanitarian Dashboard, a dynamic dashboard that presents an overview of the Humanitarian Response in the country. From year to year the Humanitarian Dashboard is evolving using innovative techniques, leveraging the possibilities of the ActivityInfo API. In this article, we take a look at the new developments in the 2020 Iraq Humanitarian Dashboard.
Disaster Risk Management and the COVID-19 Response in Afghanistan by Aga Khan Agency for Habitat Afghanistan
The use of ActivityInfo for Disaster Risk Management by AKAH,A and for the COVID-19 country response in partnership with the Ministry of Public Health.
The fast developments related to the COVID-19 pandemic have created brand-new data management needs worldwide. The amount of data coming in from various sources and the pressure for daily, updated numbers and reports create an additional challenge both for the reporting sides and for the governments that collect these data. In this blog post we explore the adoption of ActivityInfo as a data management platform for monitoring the COVID-19 response in the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan as a result of the partnership between the Aga Khan Agency for Habitat Afghanistan (AKAH,A) and the Ministry of Public Health in the country.
Quick, easy and interactive indicators guidance for new staff and partners: the 3RP Guidance Notes by the IMWG in Turkey
In this blog post we take a look at an interactive tool designed by the Information Management Working Group in Turkey which makes partner training and the provision of indicator guidance to new agencies and staff easier and quicker. We spoke with Mr. Levent Eksi, Associate Information Management Officer in UNHCR who explained to us why the IMWG decided to create this tool and how it has improved their work, the partners cooperation and the indicators quality.
Activityinfo in Tajikistan: 5 days full of trainings and discussions on M&E and information management with UNICEF in Tajikistan
Last month the Training Coordinator of the ActivityInfo team, Lucy Brinks visited Dushanbe, Tajikistan to give a training to UNICEF in Tajikistan who is using the M&E software in the country. During the five day visit Lucy met with various team units that cooperate using the platform and discussed a variety of topics in M&E and Information Management with them.
In November 2018, UNICEF in the Democratic Republic of the Congo started using the software for monitoring activities related to the Ebola Response. We spoke with Mr. Ambroise Brou, Information Management Specialist for the Emergency situation in UNICEF DRC and Mr. Patrice Fillon, Information Management Specialist in the Ebola Response in UNICEF DRC who explained to us how ActivityInfo is used today by the organization and in particular in the Ebola Response.
The use of ActivityInfo by the International Budget Partnership: an interview with S. Hulawale, Monitoring and Evaluation Officer
In this blog post you can watch an interview with Suvarna Hulawale, Monitoring and Evaluation Officer in the International Budget Partnership (IBP) who presents how the organization has been using ActivityInfo for their programs and the country programs. The interview was conducted for and presented in the ActivityInfo User Conference 2018, in Amman, Jordan.
UNHCR in Jordan was the first UNHCR field office to adopt ActivityInfo as a monitoring tool for the progress of the activities of the partners. ActivityInfo is being used up until today to track the progress of the activities and the objectives of each sector and each partner.
Case Management for the Rohingya Crisis - The use of ActivityInfo by the Danish Refugee Council in Bangladesh
The case management team decided to use ActivityInfo as their case management system in 2019, driven by the urgent need to digitize their paper-based case management system to see data in real-time and be able to quickly inform and adopt their response.
The creation of ActivityInfo as a solution for the reporting requirements of UNICEF during the DRC Emergency Response
ActivityInfo was created in 2009 as a solution to the increasing demand on coordinating partners reporting. Sppn after, ActivityInfo became the tool of choice for the coordination of the Clusters in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, during that time.
Amar Sabah Nore from WHO Iraq presents on how the Health Cluster has improved information management with ActivityInfo.
Monitoring and evaluation, data management and the role of ActivityInfo in handling quantitative and quantifiable qualitative data in IBP
The potential for offline data collection and creating databases that can be comparable to each other as well as the fact that no technical consultant was needed to get started or to apply changes to the databases were some of the most important factors that led IBP to choose ActivityInfo as a Monitoring and Evaluation software.
The use of ActivityInfo for data collection and real-time data analysis for the Protection, NFI-Shelter Cluster, and internal UNHCR programmes by UNHCR in Yemen
With ActivityInfo UNHCR in Yemen achieves real-time data analysis of up-to-date data and minimizes duplicate effort which is critical in information management.
The use of ActivityInfo by UNICEF in Lebanon for the near real-time overview of the Lebanon Crisis Response Plan
Using ActivityInfo as a unified monitoring platform to control data collection and get an overview of activities in near real-time, UNICEF Lebanon along with its partners reduced the time needed for the synthesis of the final reports and improved the accuracy of the data collected.
814 users across 100 organizations cooperate in monitoring data for the Humanitarian Response Plan for 2018 in Iraq using ActivityInfo to report their data. ActivityInfo facilitates the cooperation of a very big number of partners capturing data for the Humanitarian Response Plan in 2018. UNOCHA is leading the HRP. Big organisations and smaller NGOs report for the clusters of Education, Emergency Livelihoods, Health, MPC, RRM, SNFI and WASH.
Employing the features of ActivityInfo and with a quick training of their users, REACH in CAR decreased the time needed for data entry significantly. The monthly process of data collection turned into a weekly process as its complexity was eliminated. This helped in the coordination of their activities and the launch of alerts on emerging conflicts.
An interview with Michael Ghosoub about how Caritas uses ActivityInfo in Lebanon.
Chalak Hassan demonstrates how the Iraq Protection Cluster uses ActivityInfo to collect and analyze results.
The Education Cluster in Iraq provides a great demonstration of how ActivityInfo is used to collect cluster member results.
Blog post by Danielle Moore regarding how AIP Foundation decided to adopt ActivityInfo across Vietnam, Thailand, China and Cambodia