To improve and ensure a quality data collection process that aids social economic growth, ESOKO Business Development Advisor, Gordon Kortey NiiKoi, and Data Analyst and Tech support, Gilbert Adu, held a two-day Training with Plan International Ghana, the Women’s Innovation for Sustainable Enterprises (WISE) Project Team, on the Insyt Application.
The WISE project is a five-and-a-half-year gender equality and women’s economic empowerment project that is being carried out by Plan International Ghana and Plan International Canada, with two local NGOs (Urbanet and WIDO) partnering on the project. As part of its operations, WISE has been exploring the use of digital technologies (Insyt App) to support its programs and better serve its beneficiaries. The outcome of WISE is the increased realization of rights to economic empowerment, well-being, and inclusive economic growth for targeted women in five districts/municipals of the Northern, Bono, Bono East, and Ahafo regions.
ESOKO Insyt Application is a simple, fast, and flexible web and mobile-based platform to help collect quality data from anywhere in the world- with or without an internet connection. The Insyt App helps organizations like Plan International Ghana shift from inefficient paper-based data collection methods thus reducing cost, time, and errors in data collection. The WISE project aims to use this platform to support its programs and promote sustainable agriculture in the communities they operate and its beneficiaries. The team had a successful training on how the Insyt App operates to its fullest potential.
ESOKO calls on all government, privately owned institutions, and small-holder organizations for value-added services from medium to large-scale data collection projects in deployment, payment, and verification systems using the Insyt Application.
To improve and ensure a quality data collection process that aids social economic growth, ESOKO Business Development Advisor, Gordon Kortey NiiKoi, and Data Analyst…