International Development & Relief

GeoPoll’s research capabilities are adaptable to a wide range of needs, and we regularly work with clients to conduct research on everything from food security to resilience

Data for Better Decision Making

GeoPoll regularly conducts international development research for United Nations agencies, NGOs, governments, humanitarian groups and other stakeholders in the development and relief sectors. Our dedicated International Development Team includes experts in project implementation, adaptive management, and more. Sectors we work in include:

Humanitarian Aid

Quickly reach populations affected by natural disaster, conflict, and disease

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Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning

Gather ongoing data for more effective monitoring, evaluation and learning

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Food & Agriculture

Monitor and predict changes to food security and agricultural production

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Health & Nutrition

Monitor and improve health systems with on-the-ground data

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Democracy & Governance

Safely gather citizen feedback from remote areas and conflict zones

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Resilience

Develop more effective resilience programming with data

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Combatting Violent Extremism

Reach local communities to combat extremism

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Financial Inclusion

Assess financial inclusion and reach unbanked populations

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Energy, Climate & Environment

Gather direct feedback on energy and climate concerns

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Education & Employment

Reach teachers, parents, and youth to improve education and employment

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Past International Development and Relief Work

Case Studies

Case Study

Palladium Rwanda Case Study

Palladium Rwanda’s Improving Market Systems for Agriculture in Rwanda program partnered with GeoPoll to conduct a CATI survey of the program’s beneficiaries.

Case Study

UN Women Case Study

UN Women worked with GeoPoll to evaluate the gender-based impacts of COVID-19 in Kenya.

Coronavirus Research | 3 min. read

WASH Innovations in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic in Sub-Saharan Africa

The coronavirus pandemic disrupted the world as we knew it only five years into the UN’s fifteen-year-long Sustainable Development Goals campaign, which […]


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