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.
SMS is often the first service to come back online following a natural disaster, and using GeoPoll’s direct SMS connectivity organizations can gather important information around damages and pressing aid needs, disseminate information on disease prevention, and more.
Use Cases for Humanitarian Data
Gather the most up-to-date information on property and good damages and loss
Gather information on critical needs including availability of health care, food, and clean water
Track Aid Delivery
Find out if the most affected populations have been receiving aid in a timely fashion
Send informational messages to those on the ground to prevent disease spread and share aid information
How GeoPoll’s mobile-based methodologies can help you gather vital data across the globe.
Extensive Call Center Network
GeoPoll manages thousands of interviewers in call centers in over 60 countries in Africa, Asia, and Latin America.
Existing Database of Respondents
GeoPoll can target our respondents by demographics, use Random Digit Dialing, or client-provided sample.
Multi-Modal Data Collection
Seamlessly conduct research via CATI voice calls, 2-way SMS messages, web links, and other mobile-based modes.
Full Service Research Team
Our experienced team manages everything from questionnaire design to interviewer training and data analysis.