Collect Data During Humanitarian Crises
Up-to-date information is vital in the hours following a natural disaster, disease outbreak, or an increase in conflict. With GeoPoll’s remote mobile methodology, humanitarian aid organizations can quickly contact those in affected areas even when aid workers are unable to reach them on the ground.
GeoPoll’s mobile surveys can reach aid beneficiaries and vulnerable populations to collect vital data on food security, disaster relief, and more. Our remote research capabilities and innovative technology platform allow GeoPoll to survey communities that are inaccessible following natural disasters, conflict, or disease outbreaks, enabling organizations to gather on-the-ground insights and disseminate information quickly and safely.
Use Cases for Humanitarian Data
Deploy immediately in areas during or after shocks, stresses, or crises when real-time, actionable data is needed.
Remote Monitoring and Impact Assessments
Conduct remote monitoring of food security, healthcare, aid delivery, and more.
Gather information on critical needs including availability of health care, food, and clean water
Track unrest in key regions.
Send informational messages to those on the ground to prevent disease spread and share aid information
Our technology, expert team, and network of vetted partners and call centers enable us to collect and process high-quality, high-frequency data at scale faster than anyone else.
The GeoPoll platform uses automated and manual quality control checks to ensure data accuracy and integrity even at scale.
Speed at Scale
Our technology, team, and network of vetted in-country partners enable us to collect and process data faster than anyone else.
We provide our clients with access to real time raw data in an easy-to-use format to ensure collection is on track and to expedite analysis.
Our technology offers multi-modes and is developed in-house to meet the individual needs of our clients on time and within budget.
With staff based in the regions where we operate, our projects are grounded in local context and expertise in survey methodology.