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42011Akvo FLOWAkvo meets FLOWWe spend an inspiring few days in Holland with Dru Borden and Chris Fagiani, the software development duo behind FLOW (Field Level Operations Watch).http://akvo.org/blog/akvo-meets-flow/
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82011Akvo FLOWMapping water resources with FlowWinona Azure explores new developments in using Geographic Information Systems for water, and has links to some of the best stuff on the webhttp://akvo.org/blog/mapping-water-resources/
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62012Akvo FLOWAkvo FLOW open sourcedAkvo FLOW goes open source. In collaboration with Water for People, we release it under an open source license and publish the source code on Github.http://akvo.org/blog/akvo-flow-open-sourced/
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12013Akvo FLOWKeyAkvo FLOW 1.5This release of Akvo FLOW is all about improving the core experience of using the platform – creating custom surveys, sending them to mobile phones in the field for data collection, receiving and processing field data for management and reporting on the Dashboard and displaying the data on publicly-accessible maps.http://akvo.org/blog/akvo-flow-1-5-whats-coming-up/ http://akvo.org/blog/rolling-out-akvo-flow-1-5-2/
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72013Akvo FLOWAkvo releases FLOW 1.6.0Akvo releases the Akvo FLOW dashboard 1.6.0 and the field survey app 1.11.0. This version allows users to enter alternate translations for surveys on the dashboard, and then make those available on the Field Survey app. It is a huge help to our growing partner network by allowing data collectors in the field to conduct surveys in their local language.http://akvo.org/blog/survey-translations-in-akvo-flow/
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122013Akvo FLOWAkvo releases FLOW Dashboard 1.6.8This release contains two enhacements. The first is showing 2000 Markers on the maps, up from the previous 500. The second enhancement is formatting the duration of a survey in hh:mm:ss (hours, minutes, seconds) format. The duration that it takes an enumerator to complete a survey has been part of the Akvo FLOW app since version 1.12.0, and it can be used to do quality checking. The format change was requested by our partner WSP in India, who are heavy users of this feature.http://akvo.org/blog/akvo-flow-update/
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22014Akvo FLOWTrainingAkvo FLOW training in Mangochi, MalawiAkvo runs an Akvo FLOW training workshop in Malawi for the African Medical and Research Foundation (AMREF)http://akvo.org/blog/akvo-flow-training-in-mangochi-malawi/
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22014Akvo FLOWTrainingNew releaseAkvo releases Akvo FLOW Dashboard 1.6.10 and FLOW app 1.13.0, which contains a number of bug fixes and two big enhancements.http://akvo.org/blog/akvo-flow-update-2/
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42014Akvo FLOWTrainingAkvo FLOW training in Soroti, UgandaProject Officer at Akvo’s East Africa Hub Tim Janssen reflects on his training experience at Uganda, using Akvo tools on real lifehttp://akvo.org/blog/akvo-flow-training-in-soroti-uganda/
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62014Akvo FLOWTrainingAkvo FLOW training with the FINISH Society, IndiaFINISH starts using Akvo FLOW for a mid-term evaluation of their programme. FINISH stands for Financial Inclusion Improves Sanitation and Health, a programme supported since 2009 by an Indo-Dutch consortium comprising of NGOs, banks, insurance companies and academic and government institutions.http://akvo.org/blog/akvo-flow-training-with-the-finish-society-india/
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62014Akvo FLOWTrainingAkvo FLOW training in BamakoAkvo provides a training on Akvo Flow for The Dutch WASH Alliance. This is a collective of NGO’s that, by combining its strength and collective capacity, wants to improve the availability of drinking water and sanitation facilities. They work in Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Kenya, Nepal, Uganda and, of course, Mali.http://akvo.org/blog/akvo-flow-in-mali/
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72014Akvo FLOWTrainingAkvo FLOW training in Mozambique for Football for Water.Akvo attends and support an Akvo FLOW training in Mozambique for Football for Water. The programme aims to use sport to improve hygiene and sanitation and drinking water in schools.http://akvo.org/blog/football-for-water-mozambique/
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112014Akvo FLOWBusiness drives access to water in GhanaAkvo gets involved in the SMARTerWASH programme in Ghana, a collaboration between partners from within the public and private sectors to develop a sustainable business model for Rural Water facility management integrating Akvo FLOW with SMS.http://akvo.org/blog/business-drives-access-to-water-in-ghana/
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