Utilising data to improve impact through effective monitoring and evaluation
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Profile Provided By: Daniel Prynne
Arqaam is a social enterprise that was founded in 2017 to help improve the impact of humanitarian and development projects through better use of data. As monitoring and evaluation (M&E) consultants we help Non Government Organisations (NGOs) see the value behind the numbers.Arqaam works with its clients at the crossroads of M&E and digital development to make monitoring and logframes more than a simple tick the box exercise. We support data needs so project managers are able to spend less time setting up systems and more time analysing and learning from their data. For grassroots organisations with limited resources we offer pro bono support through our M&E Capacity Support Programme.Arqaam believes in providing its services in line with the 9 Principles of Digital Development. We use open source solutions and follow open data standards where possible. We reinvest our own resources to support projects like the Logframe Lab a free open source monitoring and evaluation tool for NGOs that helps them match project ideas with the most relevant metrics for tracking their success. It s our passion and at the core of why we started Arqaam to find better ways to add value to the development community and its stakeholders.While doing so Arqaam wants to stand out for its high level of integrity and strong ethical values. Diversity is very important for us as you can see in our team. Inclusiveness is not just a word to us we understand that diverse perspectives are both necessary and beneficial for finding effective solutions through a best fit approach. We believe in the importance of flexible hours for our staff which is why remote work has always been a part of our practice.When it comes to valuing people over profit we don t just talk the talk. You can read more about our values in our Code of Ethics.
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