Are you looking for examples of how our partners use BetterData and the kinds of problems it helps them to overcome? Read on for case studies.
The Citizen Engagement Programme (CEP) supports citizens to monitor the quality of health and education service delivery in four of Mozambique’s eleven provinces, and to advocate at district, provincial and national levels to improve the quality of those services. The programme facilitates dialogue between citizens / communities and service providers to improve the quality of services. Kwantu is one of the consortium partners implementing the programme.
Working with Kwantu enabled Concern-Universal to:
- Eliminate paper forms and Excel spread sheets. With BetterData, all management and monitoring data are submitted, tracked and measured through the programme management app.
- Provide real-time reports. BetterData provides both Concern-Universal and its donors with real-time reporting information. The most current status of activities, indicator data and implementation status of each municipality can be viewed at any time.
- Eliminate multiple disparate systems. Since BetterData focuses on the MuniSAM implementation process, it incorporates all data needed to manage and monitor the programme. BetterData's modular approach makes it easy for Concern-Universal to incorporate changes or even new programmes as their work grows.
- Create implementation and operational standards for MuniSAM implementation. Municipal level teams can work seamlessly with each other because tools are standardised and configured across all locations
Overview - Teba Development and Lima Rural Development Foundation process payments to over 130,000 people a month. All of these people are living on the poverty line and depend on this income to meet their basic needs. They are often based in remote areas and are hard to contact. Hence, it's critical that there payments are made on time. However, both partners have found that between 5000 and 10,000 payments fail each month. The reasons for this range from in-correct account information to suspended bank accounts (in-active bank accounts are suspended quite quickly in South Africa).
Overview - The Community Works Programme (CWP) is part of the EPWP. It aims to provide access to a minimum level of regular work (two days per week) for 1 million people living in poverty. As the programme grew rapidly the systems used to manage those working on the programme and make payments to them were rapidly becoming un-manageable.
Overview - A flagship national programme in South Africa - the Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP) aims to provide poverty and income relief through temporary work for the unemployed to carry out socially useful activities. Launched in April 2004 the immediate goal of the EPWP phase one was to help alleviate unemployment by creating at least 1 million work opportunities, of which at least 40% of beneficiaries will be women, 30% youth and 2% people with disabilities.