• Sigmah, conclusion of an open innovation

    A group of international aid NGOs supported by Groupe URD, an independent think tank that specialises in humanitarian aid practices and policies, attempted with the Sigmah project to create an open source software for centralised project management that meets the specific needs of humanitarian (...)
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  • Sigmah merges with TolaData

    10 years ago… The initial vision that led to Sigmah was that of developing an open source platform for international aid organisations that solved the problem of “infoxication”, which refers to the difficulty of managing the large quantities of computerised data that they share internally or (...)
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  • Sigmah evaluation: showing the way forward

    SimLab recently carried out an evaluation of the Sigmah project which looked at a certain number of challenges that have become apparent, nine years after the launch of this collaborative project. Sigmah was created to meet a need that had been expressed by the sector, following an in-depth (...)
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  • Centralised management of indicators

    An interesting experience-sharing workshop with ICRC, MDM, HI and Groupe URD.
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  • Sigmah at the WHS Innovation Marketplace, Istanbul 23-24 May

    Sigmah has been selected to be one of the hundred innovations presented at the World Humanitarian Summit’sInnovation Marketplace Sigmah will be presented during the World Humanitarian Summit which is taking place in Istanbul in May 2016. The Sigmah team will have a stand on 23-24 May in the (...)
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