The Ministry of Social Solidarity (MoSS) needed to collect its enormous and scattered data into one centralized repository within MoSS. They also needed to have quick access to the data to answers critical questions regarding the geographic distribution of social protection programs' beneficiaries, the demographics and socio-economic characteristics with their geo-spatial concentration, distribution of MoSS social care facilities and the under-served areas. They also needed to know their service distribution and distribution gaps; on-ground NGO and where they provide services; as well as social development services they should focus on providing.
- Immediate access to accurate and updated valuable information enabled better-informed decision-making.
- Empower better planning of social protection programs and services to reach more deserving beneficiaries.
- Better monitoring and tracking of ongoing MoSS activities and their progress.
- Enhanced staff capacity and efficiency, hence, better performance and less waste of time