One of the most popular and commonly used MDC tools is KoBoToolbox. KoBoToolbox has been used for range of data collections and database requirements.
Academic research studies
University student research
Tracking humanitarian activities
Project progress tracking
Staff performance appraisal
Small business progress tracking
Customer satisfaction surveys
Customer feedback surveys
Member registration database
Events registration database
Conduct one-off surveys
Project mid-term evaluation
Project end-term evaluation
During and directly following disasters
Governments, humanitarian organizations, NGOs, universities, small and medium enterprises and independent researchers, trainers and consultants are the main user categories. KoBoToolbox Open Source Development is supported by Harvard Humanitarian Institute, Brigham Women’s Hospital and KWEYO together with additional support from OCHA, UNHCR, IOM, UNDP, WFP, IRC, WCS, WRI, Save the Children, PHR, USAID, Fidelity Foundation, TIDES, CISCO and Humanity United.
Data collection can be done using Android, IOS or Microsoft smart mobile phones, tabs, laptops, desktops. Remote areas using off-line mode data can be collected without Wi-Fi signal and mobile data. Enumerator device, detail and location verification can be done.