KENGA


Kenga can help you to easily capture, track, manage and report on development interventions using sound performance indicator data, and deliver more impact to those in need. Kenga is a cloud-based software platform which streamlines results-based management and monitoring and evaluation (M&E) of non-governmental organizations programs or projects.


KENGA SERVICE

What is Kenga service?

Kenga service is a complete mobile data collection solution. It is a cloud-based SaaS software for managing, scheduling, and monitoring field team activities in real-time.

It allows field operations managers to oversee all stages of the store audit, field merchandising and field sales processes, from assigning territories and scheduling visits/tasks to immediately retrieving results through Kenga online dashboard and reports.

Who is Kenga Service for?

Kenga service is designed for organizations that manage teams of field representatives, outside sales reps or field merchandisers.

It is ideal for organizations that do regular field data collection:

  • Poor internet connections

  • Offline data collection

  • Low-cost mobile phones

  • Data analysis

What are the benefits?

Kenga service all-in-one solution helps organizations to manage field teams and collect business data.

  • Increase Field Reps Productivity – visit scheduling and planning, territory management, route optimization

  • Prevent Fraud – time tracking and GPS monitoring of field reps

  • Eliminate paperwork – mobile forms and photo reports

  • Boost revenues – mobile product catalog and sales orders


    Projects Done Using KENGA

    • Kabarole Research and Resource Centre (KRC): Developed an early warning conflict monitoring system which allows collection of data around different probable areas of conflict like Land Disputes, People movement, mobilization and many others using mobile phones. KRC staff initiate the data collection process by sending out an SMS question in connection to any suspected conflict outbreak to different KRC reporters (who are all around the region being monitored) who then send feedback to the system which gives an automated representation of these results on maps and graphs. The maps and graphs are analyzed by KRC staff to decide on whether to go ahead and investigate the suspected conflict outbreak or if it was a false alarm. If a decision to investigate the issue further is reached, the KRC staff members will collect more detailed data using a mobile data collection form which allows online and offline data collection. Information from the detailed investigation is analyzed to find all possible ways to avoid any conflict out breaks.

      Conflict Early Warning Information System

    • Developed an offline web and mobile phone based system for collecting information on a USAID funded program. Data is collected on field activities relating to formation and training of Producer Organizations using a web-based client application that enables synchronization of form data with a cloud-based server when an internet connection is obtained. It also uses mobile phones to collect information on supply and utilization of Therapeutic foods from 100 Health centers in Uganda. The information is aggregated and analyzed on a web-server that enable access to all RECO staff.

      Project: Data collection project on a USAID funded program
      Client: RECO Industries

      RECO PIN Project

    • AHF Uganda is a collaboration between AIDS Healthcare Foundation (USA) and the Ministry of Health in Uganda to provide free HIV/AIDS care including antiretroviral care, HIV counselling and Testing (HCT), Prevention, training and support to people living with HIV/AIDS in resource constrained settings. The Uganda Cares (UC) program currently operate in 17 districts with a total of 44 affiliated clinics providing HIV/AIDS care, HCT and antiretroviral therapy to over 70,000 clients. As a means to support the monitoring and evaluation function of their interventions, UC contracted OMNI-tech to develop a system that captures data on various indicators and presents summary reports. The system will collect aggregate and source data on various activities at regular intervals. Project: Monitoring and Evaluation Project Client: AHF – Uganda Cares

      AHF Uganda M&E Dashboard

    • The project aims to support vulnerable children – specifically those in conflict with the law to attain basic training and skills to live a productive lifestyle. The System captures children information and tracks their progress through the program, thereby enabling reporting on Key Performance Indicators.

      Project: Data collection project base on Kenga Platform
      Client: Chance for Childhood

      Chance for Childhood Project

    • A monitoring and evaluation system for the NUTEC program that aims to increase the incomes and climate resilience of poor men and women in Northern Uganda (NU) by (a) stimulating sustainable, pro-poor growth in selected agricultural markets and (b) improving the position of poor men and women within these market systems by making the market systems more inclusive for poor people. The M&E system is used to register businesses dealing in agricultural produce, track interventions by Palladium and reporting on key performance indicators.

      Project: Data collection project base on Kenga Platform
      Client: The Palladium Group
      Project URL: https://devtracker.dfid.gov.uk/projects/GB-1-204012

      NUTEC Project

    • The system support activities related to farmer recruitment, training and production monitoring. The REACH project aims at Integrating market-oriented farmers and (farmer-led) agribusiness into the commodity value chain using the pulling power of upstream lead firms or off takers; Enhancing productivity of market-oriented farmers in the commodity value chains; Improving availability and uptake of public and private support services related to the core commodity value chains

      Project: Project Management Information System
      Client: IFDC

      IFDC REACH Project MIS

    • The platform has been used by SNV since 2014 for various projects that they run. Each project has a unique area and set-up to meet the project objectives. TiDE Project: The work involved creating a module for the Inclusive Diary program (TIDE) aims to support farmers to improve their dairy production. The system captures information that is used to measure impact of the program and progress towards its intended goals based on Key Performance Indicators. Based on Kenga platform. The Sustainable Sanitation and Hygiene for all (SSH4A) project aimed to have a Monitoring and Evaluation system to track households without pit latrines in Uganda. A system was built for mapping all households in selected villages and creating follow-up lists to ensure that adequate sanitation hygiene was achieved. Menstrual Hygiene and School gardens program. The program aimed to support the production and use of affordable sanitary pads for school children in primary. The application was developed to enable collection of relevant information for the monitoring and evaluation function.

      Project: Various projects bases on Kenga platform
      Client: SNV

      SNV – Various projects: TIDE, SSH4A, MHM

    • The system supports Simoshi in their activities related to the sale and maintenance of Institutional and individual cook stoves in Uganda. A mobile app is used to collect vital information on the activities. The system integrates with a Mobile money platform to capture payments and is also used for tracking inventory of the distributors. It is also further integrated with an accounting system where reconciliations of sales are done. developing a system for recording and selling Cook stoves. Based on Kenga platform.

      Project: Cook stoves Sales system based on Kenga Platform
      Client: Simoshi

      Cook stoves Sales system

    • Kabarole Research and Resource Centre (KRC): Developed an early warning conflict monitoring system which allows collection of data around different probable areas of conflict like Land Disputes, People movement, mobilization and many others using mobile phones. KRC staff initiate the data collection process by sending out an SMS question in connection to any suspected conflict outbreak to different KRC reporters (who are all around the region being monitored) who then send feed back to the system which gives an automated representation of these results on maps and graphs. The maps and graphs are analyzed by KRC staff to decide on whether to go ahead and investigate the suspected conflict out break or if it was a false alarm. If a decision to investigate the issue further is reached, the KRC staff members will collected more detailed data using a mobile data collection form which allows online and offline data collection. Information from the detailed investigation is analyzed to find all possible ways to avoid any conflict out breaks.

      Project: Conflict Early Warning Information System based on Kenga Platform
      Client: Kabarole Research and Resource Centre

      Kabarole Research and Resource Centre


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