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What is Kinaki?
Kinaki is a unique and intuitive project design, data collection, analysis, reporting and sharing tool.
It provides a platform for timely and meaningful project monitoring systems for humanitarian, development and social service organizations
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August 19, 2019
The Theory of Change section in Global Affairs Canada’s proposal template is relatively new and what is required in the Theory of Change can change More
July 22, 2019
“What if we show to Kinaki users a bubble with a randomized selection of interesting facts from their projects? Something like: Did you know that More
July 11, 2019
We are honoured to have our work featured in the Canadian Partnership for Women and Children’s Health (CanWaCH) inaugural Global Health Impact report. Through this More
This initiative focuses on innovative farming techniques and includes water management projects to help ensure communities have access to healthy, self-sustaining food sources. This directly More
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. All-in-all we are very happy with our Kinaki experience.
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.
Lenka Dobias-Cerna – Independent Evaluator
I used Kinaki with my team to evaluate a $2.6 million dollar project funded by Global Affairs Canada in Rwanda. Having data in one place, easily accessible and understandable, helped us greatly in the preparation phase and served as a valuable basis for further research in the field during the evaluation. We used Kinaki also for the baseline and endline surveys comparison analysis. Kinaki was very easy to learn and use, and served as a professional tool.
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