Gather Data for Resilience
Remote mobile survey data can facilitate resilience research, play an integral role in activity design to reduce vulnerability, and ensure near real time monitoring and evaluation. Using GeoPoll’s multi-modal survey platform and database of respondents throughout the world, data on resilience can be collected and analyzed quickly and effectively.
GeoPoll can be immediately deployed in areas during shocks, stresses, or crises when actionable data or reliable communications are needed. GeoPoll’s remote mobile platform allows organizations to collect on-the-ground data from target populations without the need for on-site survey enumerators, or send communications to specific areas or groups. GeoPoll can be utilized for both emergency assessments and long-term monitoring to enhance resilience efforts.
Resilience Use Cases
Expand Economic Opportunities
Collect ongoing data on market conditions, food prices, and employment, or measure economic effects of a crisis
Examine local disaster risk management with on-the-ground data from citizens, or track early-warning indicators on conflict
Improve Human Capital
Assess food security, preparedness, skills training, and more among target populations without face-to-face researchers
Reach Specific Groups
Reach targeted communities and specific population groups in order to build resilience in hard-to-reach areas
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.