SCHOOLS

Overview

A strong education sector is a building block of every society and is vital to the growth of developing nations. Without safe school buildings, sustainable education plans cannot be implemented. While schools are often constructed in many developing countries, they are not always built with the highest standards needed to keep students and teachers safe. Millions of students learn in schools that are insufficient to withstand earthquakes and other natural disasters. Teachers and students must feel safe in order to teach, learn, and grow. Many organizations around the world focus on constructing and renovating school buildings in order to create safer school environments, reduce the effects of disasters on school infrastructure, and minimize negative educational outcomes resulting from a disaster. While many organizations aim to construct safer schools, many of these projects lack rigorous monitoring during the construction phase and produce substandard buildings.
 
FieldSight has been used in school construction projects to monitor different construction stages in real-time to track the quality and progress of sites and visualize projects on a map. Using FieldSight, the construction manager can ensure quality, resulting in a safer school that better serves students.

Key Features

Custom Forms:

Customize digitized forms to collect more than 22 kinds of quantitative and qualitative data types, from numerical measurements to text and audio options.

Offline Mobile Data Collection:

Data can be collected offline enabling monitoring of school construction projects in remote areas.

Classify and Designate Form Schedule:

Deploying and classifying multiple forms helps ensure proper monitoring throughout the lifecycle of school construction.  Staged forms can monitor construction progress, scheduled forms can monitor maintenance, and general forms can help collect community feedback.  

Geo-Tagging:

Map school construction sites, increase transparency of project activities, and confirm the veracity of submissions with geo-tagged data.

Maps:

Visualize project data geographically with maps of all school construction sites and associated data.

Dashboard and Reports:

Track progress and key indicators on school construction projects through system dashboards and custom reports. Iterative analysis can identify key issues and success factors to support learning and program improvements.

Communicate with Teams and Assess Submissions:

Improve communication between headquarters and field teams with features to assess and comment on submissions, share manuals and guidance documents, and upload site plans and documents. This helps ensure school construction progresses with the highest quality standards and oversight.

Assign User Roles:

FieldSight differentiates access to data by assigning user-specific roles in school-related projects to ensure the correct team members are engaged in collecting, reviewing, and analyzing data.

Progress Report:

Project progress can be tracked through system-generated reports that provide accurate data in an easily readable format so managers can make informed decisions about school construction processes.

Custom Reporting:

Export custom data reports with filters for specific dates, regions, site types, data, and forms to track and maintain accountability throughout the project lifecycle.

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FieldSight is a Humanitarian digital platform for project monitoring and infrastructure quality assurance. Developed iteratively over 2 years, the platform now monitors more than 60,000 houses, WASH sites, schools, police stations, and other infrastructure. Built to work on mobile devices and in remote and difficult-to-access locations, FieldSight creates actionable data and interfaces that help partners deliver higher-quality, lower-risk projects.