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Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning

Measure impact!

Training and consultancy in monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL), our unique MEL tool: Kinaki,  and Community-led MEL

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Consultancy & Partnerships

Make it sustainable!

Consultancy on project design and proposal writing, as well as technical expertise in Food Security, Climate Change Resilience and Maternal-Child Health.

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Aid Workers' Safety & Security

Stay Safe!

Training and capacity building in personal safety and security and security management for aid-workers, volunteers and students.

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Our story

At Salanga, we inspire and enable people and organizations to improve their practices, so they can make positive and sustainable change in our world.

Salanga is a values-driven for-profit organization operating on social enteprise principles, providing capacity building, advisory, technical expertise and tools to non-profit, academic and public sector organizations and institutions.

Salanga is formed by group of enthusiastic people motivated to inspire others. We build the capacities of organizations and individuals working in international development, humanitarian aid and social work. The Salanga team is group of over 20 professionals from the Czech Republic, Canada, Australia, Rwanda, Mongolia and Philippines working in the global north and south.

Salanga also works with reputable experts from various spheres – including aid workers, scientists, engineers, specialists from the armed forces and other technical experts. These experts provide training and advisory to our partners and share their in-depth knowledge of their field.

Salanga has two main offices – in Pilsen, Czech Republic (EU) and in Ottawa, Canada – with projects in over 20 countries in Asia, Africa, North America and Europe.

What our partners say about us:

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Salanga in CanWaCH’s Global Health Impact Report

We are honoured to have our work featured in the Canadian Partnership for Women and Children’s Health (CanWaCH) inaugural Global Health Impact report. Through this report, CanWaCH aims to “capture the breadth and depth of Canadian contributions to global health and gender equality data, research, and evaluation.” Our work with...
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Join Salanga as a Program Manager!

Salanga is looking for the Lead of our Safety and security program …  Join our team as a Program Manager We are looking for an experienced and highly motivated person to join our dynamic and international team of professionals at Salanga. We are offering a flexible part-time contract position (approx. 3...
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Free Resource: Database assessment form

As part of Salanga’s work in Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL), we help organizations design data management plans and assess and analyze different database solutions for their MEL systems. Though we have our own MEL software (Kinaki), we believe it’s important for every organization to go through the process of...
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Europe14%
Asia41%
North America14%
Africa32%

Our Engagement Worldwide

Where do we work?

Our team has worldwide reach; over the past year, we have participated in 22 projects located in 13 countries in Europe, Africa, Asia and North America.

Our main focus is to provide consultancy and training in MEL systems, mobile data collection and data analysis in the fields of maternal-child health and food security.

Our Partners' Projects

 

Food: Agriculture and Food Security

Food security is one of the WE charity’s ‘5 Pillars’ of sustainable development, made possible by Free the...
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Sustainable Health Efforts Project

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Promoting Maternal, Newborn, Infant and Child Sustainable Health Efforts (PROMISE) is a multi-country initiative which aims to improve...
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Health of Newborns and Mothers

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The AMCC Project is a maternal-child health project implemented in Mozambique, Burundi, Tanzania and Rwanda. It is funded...
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Maternal-child Health Project

The EMBRACE Project is a maternal-child health project implemented in Cambodia, Myanmar, Philippines, Rwanda and in Canada. It...
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