UNICEF in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
The creation of ActivityInfo as a solution for the reporting requirements of UNICEF during the DRC Emergency Response
The use of ActivityInfo in the Response to the Syrian Crisis by UNHCR in Jordan
REACH Initiative in CAR
The use of ActivityInfo by the REACH Initiative in CAR
International Budget Partnership
Data Management in IBP and the Role of ActivityInfo in Handling Quantitative and Quantifiable Qualitative Data
UNHCR Yemen leverages ActivityInfo for real-time analysis for the Protection and the NFI-Shelter Clusters, as well as internal UNHCR programmes.
UNICEF Lebanon uses ActivityInfo for the Lebanon Crisis Response Plan
ActivityInfo Protection Database at UNRWA
Video recording of the presentation by Sasha Abdi from UNRWA in Jordan at the ActivityInfo user conference in Geneva on June 15th, 2017.
2017 Iraq IDP Activityinfo reporting Protection Cluster Video Tutorial
Chalak Hassan demonstrates how the Iraq Protection Cluster uses ActivityInfo to collect and analyze results.
Mercy Corps simplifies GIS with ActivityInfo in Somalia
Coordinating a complex project across multiple regions requires excellent data, especially for GIS purposes. ActivityInfo has helped Mercy Corps improve the quality of collected data and simplify map production.
Best Practices for Developing Internal Training Materials
Compiling internal training materials for your staff or external partners can give stakeholders the confidence to fully participate in a new system. In this blog post, we have collected a number of great examples on training materials from ActivityInfo users, together with a few tips and tricks from our own team.
LogFrame versus Information Management System; what are they and how are they related to ActivityInfo?
In this blog post we examine what a Logical Framework (LogFrame) is, what an Information System is and what is the role of ActivityInfo in relation to these two.
Iraq Health Cluster Database in 2018
Amar Sabah Nore from WHO Iraq presents on how the Health Cluster has improved information management with ActivityInfo.
ActivityInfo brings together the entire humanitarian community in Iraq and in the IDP Crisis
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.
Mali WASH Cluster Coordination with ActivityInfo
The WASH cluster in Mali uses ActivityInfo as a space where WASH cluster partners can enter communal, shared information and data about their activities on the ground. Partners use on-line forms to enter data directly into the central database. This information is immediately available to the Cluster Coordinator.
How AIP Foundation decided to adopt ActivityInfo across four countries
Blog post by Danielle Moore regarding how AIP Foundation decided to adopt ActivityInfo across Vietnam, Thailand, China and Cambodia
Interview with Michael Ghosoub from Caritas Lebanon
An interview with Michael Ghosoub about how Caritas uses ActivityInfo in Lebanon.
Tutorial d'Utilisation de la Cluster Wash Mali
Robert Cissokho of the Mali Wash Cluster shared a guide (in French) he created for the members of the WASH Cluster.
Interview with UNICEF DRC's Steven Michel
Steven Michel describes how ActivityInfo helped improve information management within UNICEF and Cluster programs in the DRC.
Iraq Education Cluster ActivityInfo Reporting
The Education Cluster in Iraq provides a great demonstration of how ActivityInfo is used to collect cluster member results.
From Data Collection... to Analysis: Helping BRAC WASH bring everything together
Monitoring activities focus very much on data collection and much less effort is spent on analysing and using the data. BRAC WASH together with IRC and BeDataDriven are changing this.