Nafundi discusses the future of data collection at Grameen Foundation

Grameen Foundation Technology Center is responsible for much of the technology programs at the Grameen Foundation. Their work focuses on use of mobile phones to improve the lives and livelihoods of the very poor and so it was no surprise that they were one of earliest adopters of Open Data Kit (ODK).

We have known Grameen since we helped them deploy ODK for agricultural extension in Uganda and it was great to be invited to speak with their staff about the additions Nafundi is making to the platform.

Below are the slides from the talk.

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