ActivityInfo Office Hours - Database design

The ActivityInfo Office Hours is part of the “Getting Started with ActivityInfo” webinars, a series of sessions addressed to new and older users of ActivityInfo who wish to get introduced to the platform or refresh their memory on key functionalities available. To make the most of the open Office Hours, make sure you watch the recording of the respective session you are joining.

During the ActivityInfo Office Hours: Database design, we will be addressing questions related to designing databases and forms in ActivityInfo. You are welcome to bring your questions or specific scenarios and use cases that are relevant to the theme of this session.

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You can register to the webinar Getting Started with ActivityInfo: Designing your first database before February 1st or watch the recording following that date

Is this session for me?

  • Are you designing forms and databases in ActivityInfo?
  • Do you struggle with defining the structure of your database or have specific questions related to database and form design?
  • Do you want to listen to questions from other users and contribute to the discussion?

Then, join our Office Hours!

Is this Webinar for me?

  • Are you responsible for Monitoring and Evaluation or information management activities in your organization?
  • Do you wish to start creating reports out of the data collected in the system to demonstrate the impact of your activities?
  • Do you want to feel confident using the built-in visualizations tools in ActivityInfo?

Then, join our webinar!

About the trainers

Mr. Jeric Kison earned his Bachelor's Degree from York University in Canada and his MBA from the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom. He has worked with NGOs and governments across four continents on strategy and evaluation for nine years. Before joining ActivityInfo he worked as a Monitoring & Evaluation Officer at Pilipinas Shell Foundation, Inc., where he led a project to develop an organizational M&E System which included the roll-out of ActivityInfo as the organization’s new information management system. Today, Jeric is working as a Customer Success Director in the ActivityInfo team bringing together his experience on the ground and passion for data to help our customers achieve success with ActivityInfo.

Mr. Ganesh Thapa has worked since 2010 in project cycle management for development and humanitarian aid projects, including evidence and result measurement, impact evaluation, accountability, collaborating learning and adapting (CLA), research, information management, and data quality assurance. He has managed M&E for multiple large-scale projects in Nepal, Iraq, Syria, Afghanistan, Myanmar, and more, working with organisations such as the International Republican Institute (IRI), Terre des Hommes (Tdh), Population Services International (PSI), Mercy Corps (MC), and more with different roles such as a regional MEAL manager, country head of program quality and MEAL etc.

He has received Master’s degrees in Social Science with a specialization in Gender Studies, and Population Studies specialized in Human Development and Advanced Demographic Analysis from Tribhuvan University in Kathmandu, as well as a Master’s of Science in Information Technology, from Sikkim Manipal University.

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