Premise for International Development

Better aid outcomes start with a complete picture of reality on the ground.

Implementing humanitarian assistance, global health, and adaptive development programs poses data collection and analytical challenges that inhibit impact maximization. Premise can help implementers validate and optimize program performance against key objectives.

MONITORING, EVALUATION, AND LEARNING

Effectiveness, efficiency are paramount as demand for smarter development spending increases. Premise’s network of citizen Contributors are uniquely positioned to serve as third party monitors at a scale facilitates comprehensive activity monitoring. This data can be used to track real-time effectiveness, detect fraud, and implement remedial actions.

ATMOSPHERICS AND CONTEXT ANALYSIS

Countries experiencing conflict, political transition, and instability pose additional challenges to development implementers seeking to take advantage of opportunities and react to unexpected political and economic events and social conditions. Premise’s ability to leverage our networks to continuously monitor trends in drivers of conflict, community cohesion, trust in institutions, and other factors gives implementers the information they need to adapt quickly and seize windows of opportunity.

ACCOUNTABILITY TO AFFECTED POPULATIONS

Including people affected by humanitarian crises and their communities in programming decisions at scale can ensure humanitarian response is relevant, timely, effective and efficient. Premise’s ability to engage large networks of contributors gives affected populations a voice in identifying priorities, holding development programs accountable, and providing sentiment around quality of emergency services.

HEALTH SERVICE DELIVERY OPTIMIZATION

Optimizing activities like vaccine delivery, vector surveillance, bed net distribution, indoor residual spraying, mass drug administration, or HIV testing require analytically sound coverage models that are continuously populated with real-time, high quality data. Premise’s contributor networks can provide the high volume and frequency of information required at numerous geographic areas to objectively validate service delivery, populate coverage models, and improve denominator data. This capability works in tandem with our analytics platform to help implementers leverage predictive capabilities to improve service delivery coverage and optimize against key performance indicators.

COMMON USES

  • VECTOR SURVEILLANCE AND CONTROL FOR INFECTIOUS DISEASES

    The Premise Contributor App and Network can be used to digitize vector surveillance and control activities for government workers while complementing such efforts with surveillance by community members. These networks enhance each other by amplifying efforts to detect infectious diseases and populating real-time risk models. Insights are gathered using our analytics platform to improve operations and optimize mitigation efforts.

  • MONITORING RADICALIZATION AND VULNERABILITY TO VIOLENT EXTREMISM

    Premise’s contributor networks can be used to gather grievance data and local radicalization and instability drivers in areas where violent extremist organizations recruit and operate. Development implementers use this data to tailor interventions down to generate potential program activities to support countering violent extremism (CVE) and stabilization initiatives.

  • PATIENT ADHERENCE TO MEDICAL TREATMENT PLANS

    Many public health initiatives fail because patients lack the support system to adhere to strict medication schedules, complex dosage requirements, and to comply with follow-ups clinic visits and check-ups. The Premise Contributor App reminds participants to take medications, simplifies dosage management, and incentivizes patients through monetary rewards while giving clinicians the data they need to develop differentiated treatment protocols.

  • SENTIMENT SURVEYS AND QUALITY OF SERVICE FEEDBACK FROM BENEFICIARIES

    Collect feedback directly from beneficiaries and populations affected by shocks, including refugee use of services and sentiment on integration into society, happiness with economic opportunities, or education, health and other essential service provision.

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