Dharma Platform: Data Management Tools for your NGO

NPOKI, n-Village, and InsideNGO

NOTE: This is not a NetHope-sponsored webinar and is posted as a courtesy.

All times in US Eastern Time

This Event is co-organized by NPOKI, n-Village, and InsideNGO.

The Dharma Platform is based on the idea that working with data should not be difficult, time consuming, or expensive. As an end-to-end, web and mobile-based solution that streamlines the data collection, management, and analysis process, Dharma is designed to provide the insights you need to make smarter decisions. Dharma allows information to be collected anywhere, in any language, on any device, online and off. Field-tested in some of the most challenging environments on earth, today Dharma is used to implement and monitor aid programs across Africa, the Middle East, Asia, and Europe. As our friends at Dharma say: “It's not another tool. It's an opportunity to free yourself from the ones that don't measure up.”

Who should attend:

We welcome program/project, M&E, and IT-focused iNGO staffers who manage project-related data to bring your questions.

On Wednesday, September 27th, 2017, from 11:30AM to 12:45PM ET, please join Katy Pullen, Operations Manager at Dharma, and one of Dharma's implementing partners from the field to discover what it means to free yourself from a world of spreadsheets, consultants and data cleaning and to gain the insights you need at every level to make a greater impact.

Katy Pullen is the Operations Manager (E.U. Near East) for Dharma Platform. Previously, she worked as a Policy advisory, research and technical backstopping consultant (H6 Partnership) for UNICEF, UNDP, UNAIDS and UN Women. She also worked in India as a consultant for International HIV/AIDS Alliance.

Janice Leung, Former E Coordinator, Capoeira4Refugees (C4R). C4R conducts sport for development programs for conflict-impacted children in Jordan, Palestine, and Turkey. Prior to commencing her postgraduate studies this month, Janice was based in Amman with C4R where she oversaw data collection, verification, and reporting for C4R’s psychosocial support programs in refugee camps and host communities throughout the Middle East.