Beneficiary Registration

How can Magpi's data and messaging tools help you?

Magpi has been used almost since the beginning for registration of beneficiaries in emergencies, by user organizations including IRC, IFRC, JSI, and many others.

Honoring U.S. Veterans

Boy Scout Troop 55 in New Orleans, Louisiana used Magpi in their project to create a database of U.S. veteran headstones and graves to be cleaned and rehabilitated at Holt cemetery. Holt is… Honoring U.S. Veterans

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Monitoring Humanitarian Activities in Syria

As the Syria humanitarian situation has continued to deteriorate, the protracted and ongoing war has left more than 13.5 million Syrians in need of assistance (UN OCHA, 2016 Humanitarian Needs… Monitoring Humanitarian Activities in Syria

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Cash Transfers in South Sudan Crisis

Danish Church Aid (DCA) has been working amid the worsening South Sudan crisis, and including unconditional cash transfers as one of its tools to address the situation: More than 4.8 million people are… Cash Transfers in South Sudan Crisis

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Using Magpi to Distribute Cash in Emergencies

The International Federation of the Red Cross (IFRC) and the Nepal Red Cross Society are together using Magpi for beneficiary registration in Nepal earthquake relief, to help manage cash distributions to people… Using Magpi to Distribute Cash in Emergencies

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Mobile Nutrition and Child Health Monitoring in Liberia

John Snow, Inc. (JSI) uses Magpi mobile data collection for the Liberian Agricultural Upgrading, Nutrition and Child Health (LAUNCH) project, to improve food security of vulnerable people in Liberia. LAUNCH… Mobile Nutrition and Child Health Monitoring in Liberia

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Taking the Paper Out of Paperwork

Anywhere paper-based data collection forms are needed - from field research to construction sites to field inspections of equipment - Magpi takes the paper (and a lot of the work) out of paperwork.

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