ActivityInfo is a service provided by BeDataDriven B.V., a private company based in The Hague in the Netherlands. It is a software application for data collection and reporting which is accessible over the internet. Due to its design, it is particularly well suited for reporting on activities which are geographically dispersed and which are performed by multiple partner organizations.
Originally developed for UNICEF’s emergency program in eastern DRC, ActivityInfo has evolved into a mature project sustained by a growing number of contributing organizations including UNICEF, UNHCR, and Mercy Corps. The system has been deployed in both small organizations and across entire countries such as Madagascar, and today is used daily by more than 75 organizations working in humanitarian relief, reconstruction, and development assistance worldwide.
ActivityInfo builds on the BeDataDriven team's five years of research and practical experience developing information management systems for humanitarian and development projects that have included the entire spectrum of Humanitarian operations and more and more development programs/operations, from WASH activities to nutrition, child protection, shelter in emergencies, and education etc. BeDataDriven is widely recognized for our track record of innovation, both in the domain of development information systems, and in the related field of statistical computing.
It is our mission to provide our users with a hassle-free, cost-effective and reliable tool for collecting and reporting data on activities which they and their partners perform.
ActivityInfo development and maintenance is performed by a team of software engineers and support staff around the globe. All of this is managed by a small and dedicated team at BeDataDriven in the Netherlands.
The Hague: city of Peace and Justice
Our company is located in the The Hague, a city in the Netherlands known for the many international institutions and courts which are located here. Some prominent examples are the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), the International Court of Justice and Europol. The city is also home to the Dutch national government and over 500.000 residents.