Empowering Women’s Groups in South Asia

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In Myanmar and Vietnam, Pact chose Magpi for its women’s empowerment savings group program (WORTH), to collect data more quickly and cleanly. Following the success of this effort, WORTH decided to start using Magpi for all of its projects and surveys. To date, WORTH has used Magpi to survey thousands of women and savings groups across three projects operating in over 50 townships across seven regions and states. All of Pact Myanmar is now using Magpi, including Shae Thot, a USAID-funded multi-sectoral project, that has collected data from more than 2,000 respondents for its maternal and child health component.

“A sexy tool that works.” – Molly D., Pact

Mobile Data Collection Guide

When it comes to choosing how data collection will be performed in the field, there are several factors to keep in mind – from the type of data you are collecting to the type of data collection technology to level of connectivity available to your teams in the field. Our mobile data collection guide helps you understand the benefits – and avoid the common pitfalls.

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