2016 – 2020
$26 mil CA$, GAC
Est. over 100K direct beneficiaries (56K females, 44K males) in the 4 target countries
The EMBRACE Project is a maternal-child health project implemented in Cambodia, Myanmar, Philippines, Rwanda and in Canada. It is funded by Global Affairs Canada and implemented by the ADRA network.
Salanga provides and supervises the monitoring and evaluation of all project activities, achievement and impact through design of, and assistance with, the collection of qualitative and quantitative data. Salanga is also heavily involved in the technological component of the project as well as in programming, providing research and recommendations on best practices within the food security sector.
“I have been using Kinaki for a number of years now to help with analysing yearly survey data from our large mother-child health project. We have been able conduct phone surveys, upload data directly to a database which is then imported into Kinaki. This has totally removed the handwritten surveys and data entry process, and sped up survey time by a great amount. Once set up correctly, Kinaki has been so easy to use to compute the indicators for our project on a regular basis and in a consistent manner. This has taken a lot of the grunt work out of analysing results. Additional analysis is also possible and simple to set up. As a project we haven’t been using all the planning tools that they have included in the new version but they are all items that I would enjoy using in the future. The customer service that Kinaki have provided has been excellent, the team having a good understanding of the ins and outs of data, complications from the field, and always happy to respond to all of my detailed questions.
Kinaki has been a pleasure to use and the team, great to work with.”
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