Magpi helps educators affordably perform monitoring and evaluation, mobile data collection, track supplies, keep in touch with staff, parents and the community.
This is just as true in the US as it is overseas. One example is Groundwork Denver, an environmental education organization that uses Magpi to support some 38 environmental education projects in the Denver metro area. Equipped with Magpi on Android mobile phones, ‘Green Teams’ of 8-11 members capture real-time –and sometime offline–data from planting trees and cleaning up streams, to gardening, building playgrounds, and habitat restoration. Other Groundwork groups across the country are performing similar work: read more at GroundWork USA.
Groundwork can do this because even Magpi’s basic free version (which has NO time limit) can help every organization do great things!
World Education uses Magpi to support four New England states to address the education needs of out-of-school youth migrant workers, ages 16-24. Under funding from the U.S. Office of Migrant Education,… Closing the Gap to Education Access for Out-of-School Youth Migrant WorkersRead More
Internews used Magpi in the Dadaab refugee camps — considered the largest in the world — to conduct interviews and better understand how information ﬂows, how it is accessed, shared… Up-to-Date Information for Refugees and Displaced PeopleRead More