‘Matokeo’ (meaning ‘impact’ in Swahili) is a data-driven platform operating in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) with the ability to reach last mile artisanal miners, enabling them to ping the latest international price of gold. Conceptualized by Ulula and the International Peace Information Service (IPIS), the project won a Conservation X1 grant in October 2020 for its ability to remotely collect data about mercury-use, deforestation, child labor and security issues. Using Ulula’s system of two-way mobile based engagement, Matokeo enabled a more continuous impact data collection through automated mobile surveys focusing on the above-mentioned indicators.

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