The power and value of data is no longer a question. In business, data has long been used to increase profits. Market and product analyses, process optimization and controlling are the basis for successful companies.
In the social sector, this data revolution has not yet arrived. There, the financial means or the know-how to fully exploit the potential of the data is usually missing.
Not for money, for good!
Many NGOs, associations or social institutions do not see the added value that an evaluation of their data can have for them. They are usually busy with their daily business - hard enough to get people excited about the social good.
SIDATA supports these social organisations on a voluntary basis. We help to achieve charitable goals more efficiently. The effect of aid measures is to be optimized with data support. In addition, it should be made visible how much good is already being done.
Data may not save lives directly, but it can have an enormous impact when placed in the right hands.
SIDATA's main goal is therefore to help organizations and individuals save lives, improve livelihoods and protect the environment around the world so that they can do it better and on a larger scale.
We believe that organizations can fully realize their potential to help by optimizing their information management.
... covers many interrelated aspects of data and information handling, from data collection to collection, processing and cleaning, as well as analysis, visualization and dissemination of data in the form of valuable information.
INFORMATION MANAGEMENT IN 7 STEPS
Are you aware that there are a lot of new tools your organization could use for information processing?
We help social organisations to develop individual data strategies and provide advice and support throughout the entire data processing process.
GIS & MAPS
SIDATA helps organizations to visualize the core information of their NGO on a map to get a better feeling of where the needs are and to plan their activities accordingly. Potential hot spots can be identified and targeted on the basis of maps.
Do you plan aid projects and sometimes wish you had a better understanding of the context in order to respond to needs in a relevant and appropriate way? Do you sometimes find it difficult to decide which sectors and which beneficiaries need the aid most or to ensure that the aid is effective in the long term? Dashboards provide a good monitoring and analysis tool to make the activity and scope of your organisation visible.
We see ourselves as an H2H organization. This means that we always primarily help people to realize their charitable goals. For this reason, we do not only want to provide project-related support in the area of information management, but also to build up the necessary knowledge in your organization in the long term, so that all future aid projects can be realized more efficiently or with a larger scope - in other words, data-based.
We support NGOs, associations and social projects of all kinds.
No matter whether you have been involved for years or shortly after the foundation.
We believe that any social engagement can be efficient and goal-oriented.
It is important that charitable purposes and no economic interests are pursued.
As we are completely voluntary ourselves, we expect the same from the organisations we work with.
SIDATA is still in its infancy, so we are currently looking for a dedicated core team to drive our project forward on a voluntary basis.
So if you work full-time with data and want to contribute your know-how in a meaningful way alongside your job, then get in touch with us!
We are based in Munich, but we also support from remote.
In addition, we would like to give dedicated data geeks the opportunity to participate in individual projects.
If you know a social project, a club or an organization that needs support in handling or evaluating your data, then write to us at
WORTH SEEING PROJECTS
Again and again we discover great projects of various associations and organisations where INFORMATION MANAGEMENT is written in capital letters. We do not want to withhold these projects from you here.