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August 30, 2023

New Feature! Latest Updates and Fixes April-June 2023

We’re happy to announce a new feature for Kinaki users! We often get requests from our users asking for ways to see their active datasets More

August 29, 2023

How to choose a monitoring and evaluation software

Introduction The right monitoring and evaluation software can make a huge difference in the success of your projects. It can help you measure progress, find More

April 28, 2023

Latest Updates and Fixes Jan-April 2023

We’ve been making lots of updates and fixes in Kinaki this year. We asked our team which updates they’re most excited about. Here’s what they More

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Better Nutrition in Cambodia

This project is working to improve nutrition in 4 800 households in Cambodia. The project aims to: Reduce stunted growth in girls & boys under More

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What our customers say

David Kozarichuk – David Kozarichuk, Senior M&E Coordinator, ADRA Canada

For us, the best thing about Kinaki is that it serves as a central data repository between ourselves, the implementing partner, the donor, and any consultants we use. This greatly increases the transparency, accountability, and communication between all parties involved. Kinaki’s reporting feature allows us to have consistent reporting year after year and significantly reduces the amount of time involved in calculating performance management indicators.

Suraj Shrestha – Program Advisor, ADRA Laos

[ADRA Laos] has been using Kinaki for a number of years. It’s dynamic, user-friendly, and great for calculating indicators and generating reports; we find it particularly helpful for comparative analysis. Using Kinaki has saved a lot of time compared to using Excel for storing and analyzing project data. A great benefit of Kinaki is the data is available to refer to at any time, this allows us to do different or more in-depth analyses depending on what information we’re looking for. I recommend Kinaki to organizations wanting to really dig into their projects’ data.

Natalie Zend

Natalie Zend – ZENDialogue and Mosaic.net International Inc.

We were running the Results Based Management and Theory of Change course online during COVID for the first time and wanted to showcase a way of learning and working remotely that could be of value to participants after the course. We specifically wanted to showcase Kinaki because it’s made in Canada, designed for international development practitioners, supports people and organizations through the whole programming cycle, and the project design tools relevant to our workshop are free.

Before offering the course online, we had people work with cards on the wall to create Logic Models and Performance Measurement Frameworks for a case study project. The challenge Kinaki helped us to solve was how to support participants to do those exercises virtually.

I would recommend Kinaki to international development organizations looking for an app to support MEL throughout the project cycle, from design to monitoring to evaluation, and including data collection, analysis and reporting.

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    Salanga Canada Office (Ottawa 123 Slater Street, 6th floor Ottawa, ON K1P 5H2), Salanga European Office (Tylova 23, 301 00 Pilsen, Czech Republic). Reach out to Kinaki Team by e-mail: community@kinaki.ca