We believe data and technology will transform the scope and quality of humanitarian programming.
History: mFieldWork was founded in Nairobi, Kenya in 2012 in response to information management challenges experienced by the humanitarian community during the 2011 Somali famine.
mFieldWork delivered an improved mobile data capture platform and monitoring and evaluation system design services. After a break to work on the crisis in Syria, Leith relaunched mFieldWork in 2019 with a focus on evidence quality and technology and data use.
How We Work: Capacity building and sustainability is an important principle in all our digital transformation work. We’ll always be as hands-on as you need, but our objective is to ultimately hand new solutions and processes back to your team for ongoing use, maintenance and improvement. We’ll keep things simple and always provide strong documentation and training.
Team: mFieldwork is a distributed team of associates and partners. We bring key experience, technical skills, local knowledge and surge capacity to ensure mFieldWork helps you deliver on your unique mandate.