We create solutions for social organisations to help them scale their impact through knowledge sharing
and data accessibility.
Solutions we are working towards
Making Knowledge sharing easy and accessible
Making data accessible equally for funders, leaders and first mile workers
Recording tacit knowledge and making it visible
Building insights by bringing quantitative and qualitative data come together
Making training and support learner centric, contextual and continuous
We prioritise unlocking knowledge at the grassroots,
as it is central to the successful scaling and implementation of social impact programmes.
How can knowledge become the core of a program?
For organisations that rely on first mile workers to implement their program's needs, knowledge and information play a key role in the success of these programs. The efforts of the first mile workers lead to the generation of immense tacit knowledge. Here are a few examples of how knowledge can be captured & shared to become the core of a program.
Sachin writes a story about a patient with fluorosis in Jhabua and uploads it for others to learn from in their network
Rekha reports a case pertaining to rights violation within her Basti using IVRS.
Afreen, a facilitator in a secondary school program, guides a head teacher through a change leader module.
Mihir, a new field staff recruit, takes a lesson on their organisation's platform to learn about water quality testing.
We do this through two products and services
The Open Knowledge Framework is a modular, configurable technical system to help teams to capture knowledge and data and share learnings with others.
Virtual Capacity Building is a service to help partners design, pilot and execute their capacity building and training programs through blended and virtual means.
The Ooloi team has been a breeze to work with on two of our projects that used the Open Knowledge Framework. Right from conceptualisation to handover, they have been diligent, responsive and very easy to collaborate with. This might be attributed to the fact that their prior research experience allows them a deep understanding of how researchers might use OKF, and the possible bottlenecks in research documentation. They have been very involved in understanding platform usability issues faced by our distributed research teams and have been proactive (and sometimes insistent!) about solutioning and resolving them.