The NOMAD workshop we organized in January 27-28th in Amman, Jordan, with the support from Solidarités International and UNHCR was a great success. Many of the 106 participants from the event expressed their wish to keep the NOMAD community alive between events, which encouraged us to finish the update of our website and the launch of a Slack communication platform.
Linking aid organizations with the latest information management tools to more easily collect, analyse and manage data
NOMAD has developed an Online Selection Assistant to connect your organization or project with one of 45 mobile data collection solutions. NOMAD also includes a secondment service comprised of experienced field personnel who are ready to deploy to train your organization how to use mobile data collection technology or to support in the collection of such data.
NOMAD workshop convenes aid actors and mobile technology providers to discuss digital solutions to data needs in humanitarian contexts
Kempinski Hotel, Amman, Jordan, January 27-28
The humanitarian system is generating tremendous amounts of information. Collecting timely and reliable data plays a key role in guiding strategic programming and ensuring an effective and accountable humanitarian response towards affected populations. Recently, there has been an increase in reliance on mobile data collection tools in needs assessment, programme monitoring, and other activities around the humanitarian programme cycle.