Today nonprofits, funders, and philanthropies are moving away from the traditional form of giving to one that's smarter, measurable, and more data-driven.
With a data-driven picture of any target sector or focus area, philanthropic organizations can identify critical gaps, prioritize target geographies, and decide on a specific intervention to get the highest social return on their investment.
To create long-lasting impact for generations to come, development simply cannot happen in silos, across scattered geographies, programs or initiatives.
Instead, it's critical to bring together all the insights needed to make a decision with the highest impact, by unifying data for different focus areas in a single sector or across different sectors — in one single view.
Crop productivity, real-time mandi prices, female cultivators & laborers, financial access for farmers, land holdings, SHG coverage, and more
Population, birth & death rates, gender by age & location, occupation, education, deposits, savings, individual credits, and more
Growth & inflation rates, employment & unemployment rates, production and investment by industry, consumer behavior & purchases, FDI, and more.
School infrastructure, teacher-student ratio, classroom-student ratios, enrollment & retention rates, universities, vocational institutes, and more
Retail shops & industries, ATMs & banks, fire stations, chemists & doctors, schools & universities, government officers, petrol pumps, and more
Swachh Bharat Mission, Jan Dhan Yojana, Pahal DTBL scheme, MNREGA, Give It Up, LPG subsidies, GARV village electrification, Jansuraksha scheme, and more
Disease outbreaks, healthcare infrastructure, pregnancy & mortality rates, BMI, anaemia, fertility, maternal & child malnutrition, and more
Employment & income, household assets & amenities, consumer expenditure, deposits, credits, purchasing power, and more
Anganwadi infrastructure & availability, air pollution, tourism, direct tax collection, legislative & budget data, highway & road networks, and more