See it happen

Akvo’s tools are used by hundreds of organisations around the world from small local NGOs to national governments and multilateral aid organisations. Below is a snapshot of what’s going on across the network of organisations using our tools right now.

You can find out about our core partners and the main programmes we support on our partners page or browse all the projects and organisations currently on Akvo RSR.

This page will be expanded significantly over the next few months, with more in-depth data.

Data collected with Akvo tools

  • Akvo RSR

    • Projects:

    • Number of updates:

    • Organisations Using RSR:

    • Project Budgets:

      € 81.905billion

    How is this data collected? Automatically from the Akvo RSR database via the RSR API

    How often is this data refreshed? Every four hours.

  • Akvo Flow

    • Surveys Created:

    • Data Points:

    • Devices:

    • Organisations using FLOW:


    How is this data collected? Manually, via a script run on the Google App Enging FLOW instances.

    How often is this data refreshed? Monthly.

RSR: Latest project updates

  • RSR Update

    MDU prototype version 2

    • by  Henock Belete Asfaw
    • Since the first time we tested the MDU, some important changes have made based on the recommendations from the first testing. The changes include the addition of safety components in a vacuum system which has been the main sludge pumping mechanism option. The second thing is the mobility issue with the two-wheeled tractor. Though this has been a great idea, it faces the user friendliness with heavy mobility challenges, low speed, needs not only two people to operate but more people needed. Difficult to maneuver like crossing busy roads, bumpy roads especially when the tank is full. Hence; the two-wheel tractor is replaced by a 4 wheel-tractor as shown in the picture.

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  • RSR Update

    Planting of a fertilizer trial.

    • by  Mwiinga Hamweene
    • Four crops were planted on this field that is maize, beans , soyabeans and groundnuts and each crop have three different treatments and replicated thrice using different types of fetilizer. This is to see which treatment will do better in this area so that Farmers can later on be advised to be using the same. Land was prepared by making riplines at the recommended spacing for each crop and correct depth. This was done on 11/12/18 in Mphangwe camp of katete district Zambia.

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  • RSR Update

    Reconstruction Material Supply

    • by  CCDN Nepal
    • Materials needed for DPC construction were supplied to Kanxi Maya Sunar at Bhimphedi RM, ward- 4 (Gunding).

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