Updated Jan 16, 2018

M&E Web application

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Emmet Murphy

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Nile Point's M&E web application implemented for CARE's Kore Lavi food security program funded by USAID FFP allows fieldstaff to enter monitoring data on a monthly, quarterly and annual basis online based on specific indicators they are responsible for. Admin users can manage users, assign roles and specific indicators to staff, edit records, view and print reports to be submitted to USAID ...
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Nile Point's M&E web application implemented for CARE's Kore Lavi food security program funded by USAID FFP allows fieldstaff to enter monitoring data on a monthly, quarterly and annual basis online based on specific indicators they are responsible for. Admin users can manage users, assign roles and specific indicators to staff, edit records, view and print reports to be submitted to USAID FFP for review, add or edit data indicators and view status of field reporting using the dashboard
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​An important advantage of using the web application is the ability for CARE's "Kore Lavi" field agents to record data on a monthly and quarterly basis so that managers at the head office in Port au Prince can track progress against program indicators in real time. Data is stored in the cloud and does not require a server at the head office, but simply an internet connection at the field and head offices to login. This ability to synchronize information enables everyone to have a common, dynamic view of the latest information. Field work is accomplished in the application through the use tasks that guide you through the various processes.
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Stage 4: Transition to Scale

Following our sucessful deployment in Haiti,Nile Point will develop a web platform, with an extensible interface and mobile based components based on the client’s needs. To lower operational and support costs for the client, Nile Point will develop a baseline data schema set, with the goals of supporting various reporting and data monitoring capabilities. The application development will be carried out in phases, starting with rudimentary prototype followed by a fully functional beta release, with a regular release cycle for maintenance releases and major functionality upgrades
Nile Point's M&E web application is currently being used by roughly 50 staff with CARE, WFP, ACF and World Vision in Port au Prince and at 5 remote field offices.
Yes, this can be confirmed with CARE Haiti. The application was also mentioned in a USAID report in 2015.
Registered in Sri Lankain Sri Lanka

Implemented In:

Haiti

HaitiSEE LESS

109,790
Lives Impacted to Date
1
Country Implemented In

Planned Goals and Milestones

As we strive to provide best in class service and tools, Nile Point plans to engineer an improved version of the existing M&E weba pplication using an on-demand driven, Multi-Tenant based Software As a Service (SaaS) application. There will be a number of useful features that NGOs will benefit from to provide an improved product to a larger audience through a user license cost mechanism.
Our current plan is to build upon the success of the current platform and create a "DIY" approach to building an M&E platform for NGO users managing development assistance. Nile Point plans to build out a new web platform with mobile applications to enable users to collect data more efficiently and at a lower cost compared to other competitors.
Funding Goal60,000
Projected Cumulative Lives Impacted109,790

Milestone

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Lives Impacted
109,790
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New Country Implemented In
Haiti
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