Kinaki is a unique and intuitive data analysis, reporting and sharing tool. It provides a platform for timely and meaningful project monitoring systems for humanitarian, development and social service organizations.
Kinaki removes technological obstacles to make data collection and analysis easy and efficient; so we spend less time at the computer and more time in communities, implementing projects and responding to the challenges of project participants.
I used Kinaki with my team in spring 2014 to evaluate a $2,6 million dollars of CIDA funded project in Rwanda for 6080 households. Having data in one place, easily accessible and understandable, helped us greatly in the preparation phase and served as a valuable basis for further research in the field during the evaluation. We used Kinaki also for the baseline and endline surveys comparison analysis. Kinaki was very easy to learn and use, served as a professional tool.
Lenka Cerna, Independent Evaluator
For us, the best thing about Kinaki is that it serves as a central data repository between ourselves, the implementing partner, the donor, and any consultants we use. This greatly increases the transparency, accountability, and communication between all parties involved. Additionally, Kinaki's reporting feature allows us to have consistent reporting year after year and significantly reduces the amount of time involved in calculating performance management indicators. All-in-all we are happy with our Kinaki experience.
David Kozarichuk, Senior M&E Coordinator, ADRA Canada
About the Kinaki Team
We are a team of humanitarian, development, social work, and information technology specialists who created Kinaki to address our need for improved tools for tracking and reporting on project data. We created Kinaki for ourselves, but now we want to share it with individuals and organizations that need an easy-to-use tool for storing, sorting and analyzing data, enabling them to improve their understanding of their projects and project participants' needs.
Manager & Founder
Jakub has worked in the field of international development and humanitarian aid. Having developed M&E plans for complex programs, he understands the intricacy of reporting in challenging contexts.
Jakub combines his field experience and creativity to help design new features for Kinaki that make it accessible for clients working in all contexts (e.g. Kinaki Offline) and flexible enough to measure all kinds of data (e.g. upcoming features for qualitative data!).
Developer & Founder
Jakub was instrumental in bringing the concept of Kinaki to life. An expert in IT with a passion for mountain climbing and the outdoors, Jakub brought an irreplaceable mixture of technical skills, openness and vision to the Kinaki team, which helped bring our abstract ideas to fruition.
His professionalism and fearless approach to tackling the most complex of problems will continue to inspire our work. It is in the spirit and memory of his immense contributions to Salanga and Kinaki that we continue to push boundaries and look for innovations that make a difference.
Christina has worked for international development and social service organizations in Canada and overseas. Having worked with many project coordinators, managers and directors, Christina understands the common struggle to produce quality, accurate and timely reports.
Christina has been involved with Kinaki from the very beginning, eager to have access to a simple and time-saving data collection and storing system. She works with our partners to help integrate Kinaki into their M&E plans and make the journey of data (from collection to reporting) efficient and easy.
Software Architect, Developer
Tomas is the senior software architect and developer for Kinaki. He has worked in software development for many for-profit and non-profit organizations. He is an expert in designing and creating user-friendly, safe and secure IT solutions.
Tomas leads the Kinaki development team. He spends countless hours implementing new features, always keeping in mind what will be easiest and most intuitive for the user.
Partner Relations Lead
Martina has a unique combination of work experience with humanitarian and development NGOs, the UN and the business IT sector. Martina's eye for detail and its consequence to the whole picture improves Kinaki functionality.
She helps to ensure that our partner organizations are well looked after and advises on exciting new publications, tools and resources to share with our users.
A teacher loved by his students and a math expert by training, Trevor develops the learning and training content for Kinaki. Trevor has a passion for teaching and develops training guides and videos to ensure that learning how to use Kinaki is an easy and efficient process.
It is thanks to Trevor that we can proudly say that everybody can learn how to use Kinaki in less than 2 hours.
The Kinaki platform couldn't be created without the support from and partnership with Salanga.
Salanga is an organization providing training, support and advisory services to humanitarian, development and social service NGOs around the world. Salanga is the proud owner of Kinaki.