Desktop software created to lower barriers to positive social change using mobile technology.
In 2011, SPO used FrontlineSMS to implement a disaster relief project following monsoon flooding in Sindh, Pakistan’s southernmost province. The flooding affected an estimated 5.5 million people who faced lack of clean drinking water, food, healthcare, and shelter, which, in turn, resulted in communicable and non-communicable diseases across the province, destruction of agricultural land and livestock, and a loss of livelihoods.
By managing their contacts in groups through FrontlineSMS, SPO could send tailored messages before each of their five partner organizations started the aid distribution process in order to alert the beneficiaries, and could also solicit feedback via SMS following the distribution.
Users can easily find contacts, groups or smart groups using whichever combination of mouse or keyboard they prefer. Autocomplete on-the-fly searching provides the users with all contacts matching their input whether it is their Name, Email, Number or even a word buried in the Notes field.
Scrolling is also supporting for those times when you can’t quite remember that name.
"The work on this tool was made possible thanks to a wonderful volunteer contribution by the team at SolDevelo. We very much enjoyed working with SolDevelo on this successful project."