Data Collection | Data Integration | Data Automation & Visualization Tools
Nonprofits/NGO's, Global & Public Health
View real-time data and provide actionable metrics to keep your projects on track.
Custom Mobile Field Surveys
Fully functional, mobile surveys ensure accurate location data and a digital record.
Data Integration & Automation
Automate data integration between internal & 3rd party data to provide actionable insights.
Showcase the location and status of your current projects to bring in more support.
Wondering how GIS can help you achieve your mission?
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) can be a powerful tool for nonprofits to better achieve their mission. GIS technology allows organizations to visualize and analyze geographic data, enabling them to make more informed decisions and better understand the impact of their programs and services. Here are some ways in which nonprofits can use GIS to better achieve their mission:
Targeting resources: GIS can be used to identify areas of need and target resources accordingly. For example, a nonprofit working on poverty alleviation can use GIS to map poverty rates in different regions and identify areas where services and programs are most needed.
Planning and development: GIS can help nonprofits to plan and develop programs and services that are tailored to specific geographic areas. For example, a nonprofit working on environmental conservation can use GIS to map sensitive habitats and plan conservation efforts accordingly.
Impact assessment: GIS can be used to assess the impact of programs and services. By mapping program outcomes and comparing them to baseline data, nonprofits can better understand the effectiveness of their interventions and make data-driven decisions about how to improve their programs.
Disaster response: GIS can be used to support disaster response efforts. By mapping affected areas and identifying critical infrastructure and resources, nonprofits can more effectively respond to disasters and provide aid to those in need.
Community engagement: GIS can be used to engage communities and stakeholders in decision-making processes. By visualizing data and sharing maps with community members, nonprofits can foster greater understanding and collaboration, and build stronger partnerships with the communities they serve.
In summary, nonprofits can use GIS to better achieve their mission by targeting resources, planning and developing programs, assessing impact, supporting disaster response, and engaging communities. By leveraging GIS technology, nonprofits can make more informed decisions and drive greater impact in the communities they serve.
Applying spatial thinking and visualizations can provide new insights into your data!
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Our fully digital process takes you from collecting and mapping to sharing in minutes. Show your progress in real-time, and make the best decisions for your organization and those you're striving to help.
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