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May 27, 2022

Free Webinar June 2, 2022

Join us for a free 1-hour live webinar on June 2 at 10am EST on “How to choose the right digital MEAL tools” In this More

December 16, 2021

A New Approach to MEAL Design

When do you start planning your data collection tools? As MEAL (monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning) practitioners we’ve become experts at designing SMART indicators, gender-sensitive More

July 6, 2021

Watch Kinaki Demo Tour Videos

Psssttt… You can have a sneak peek of a Kinaki Demo Project, which will be soon available to all Kinaki users. We created videos that More

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What our customers say

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.

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Deo Imaniragwa – Program Officer, Monitoring Evaluation Learning - Canadian Fund for Innovation and Transformation

Kinaki is a great and easy-to-use tool, it has engaging features with drag and drop modules to convey data in a visual way. We recommend Kinaki to both new and experienced organizations working in the international development sector.

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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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