We developed a monitoring and evaluation system for NCBA CLUSA's Farmer to Farmer program. Teams collect data in the field with mobile devices and monitor the data in a web application. Volunteers have a personalized onboarding UI for managing their assignment documentation and travel information.
NCBA CLUSA is implementing a five-year agricultural development project, Farmer-to-Farmer, under USAID’s Farmer-to-Farmer program. The F2F Program goal is to generate sustainable, broad-based economic growth in the agricultural sector. A secondary goal is to increase the U.S. public’s understanding of international development issues and projects and international understanding of the U.S. and U.S. development projects.
Through short-term technical assistance (volunteer assignments), F2F introduces innovation and develops local capacity for more productive, profitable, sustainable and equitable agricultural systems while providing opportunity for people-to-people interaction in agricultural development activities. The program builds institutions and transfer technology and management expertise to link small farmers with markets that exploit comparative advantages in production, processing and marketing.
Here are screenshots from the web application that we developed for the project.