Technology that empowers
Cost-effective, scalable solutions for humanitarian aid & development programmes.
Experience & programme management
Our unique experience of working with local and national government agencies, humanitarian organisations, and as an independent organisation means we are the ideal partner to help design, build and implement services for the humanitarian sector.
We're well equipped to deliver and manage programmes in East-Africa, having deployed teams to the Democratic Republic of Congo, Somalia and Nigeria - and we have field teams available across four regions in Kenya too: Uasin Gishu, Kajiado, Makueni, and Kilifi.
Safe, secure and reliable technology for cash transfers & commodity vouchersHumanitarian actors are increasingly moving towards cash and digital payments to provide assistance either immediately after a disaster, or to help build communities’ capacities in the longer-term.
sQuid's proven technology - which is underpinned by its safe and secure, regulated, high integrity payment system - helps NGOs eliminate fraud and improves accountability by providing a full audit trail. NGOs can opt to provide cash or commodity credits to beneficiaries, which are delivered on multi-wallet contactless smartcards that's branded to design requirements.
"sQuid’s smartcard system enabled thousands of individuals to receive
vital humanitarian assistance in a fast and reliable way.”
Mercy Corps, Nigeria
Digital attendance monitoring
Available to any school, the secure data capture technology provides real-time data and insight into the reasons for non-attendance. Each student is issued with a contactless smart card which records attendance on the sQuid Android Tablet – its fast, fun to do, and provides real time data. This helps the teacher during registration, and the data helps focus on those students where regular non-attendance is a problem.
Interactive learning platform for eLearning
sQuid’s interactive learning platform delivers digital education direct to teachers and students in underprivileged environments. Accessed via the internet or satellite broadband in rural areas, students can access from tailored content that's aligned to the national curriculum and has been supplied by education specialists. Individual, class, school and geographical area activity is captured and reported on using advanced analytics, and distributed to programme stakeholders.
The iMlango programme, Kenya
“The iMlango project seems to have managed to join up all the necessary components, and the excitement it has generated in schools is very evident on the faces of not only the children but the head teachers and teachers too”
Chris Wallace, Programme Lead at the Girls’ Education Challenge
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