TTC Mobile gathered insights on consumers’ attitude and behavior on fish consumption in Kenya on behalf of the FoodTechAfrica project, that is coordinated by Larive International. Compared with findings from the same study in 2013, the survey showed remarkable differences, hinting to a rapidly changing fish market. Data from the TTC Mobile survey was analyzed by FoodTechAfrica and confirms the need for continued investment in local fish production.
A mobile data collection and marketing campaign was set up in Cape Verde, to collect insights into the consumption of dairy products for Friesland Campina. Using our mobile survey sampling solution, we created awareness of Friesland Campina’s dairy products and provided Friesland Campina with more understanding of their customers.
The current refugee crisis asks for data-driven and mobile-based innovation. The Nomads project group, initiated by the Dutch Coalition of Humanitarian Innovation and chaired by TTC Mobile, has designed a crowd-sourced information platform where refugees and trusted entities can add, retrieve, and rate personal experiences. The platform will facilitate more self-reliance by refugees and will lead to better data-driven decisions by humanitarian aid organizations.
What are the issues and needs of the most impoverished and disadvantaged in Kenya? This is what NGO Africa Creates wanted to capture when they assigned TTC Mobile to survey their target group. Their questions resulted in more than 1,000 respondents, from hard-to-reach as well as urban areas in Kenya.
Tensions are running high as the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) final is approaching and all eyes are pointing towards the outcomes of the competition for the best soccer team of Africa. The soccer event that is hosted by Gabon offers a stage to sponsors that are taking the advantage of being in the center of Africa’s attention these three weeks that Africa unites on the football field. For this occasion, TTC Mobile conducted a survey among AFCON enthusiasts in Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya and Uganda and asked them all about their viewing habits and sponsor perceptions.
According to research specialists of Canadean, the African beer market is the fastest growing global beer market with an annual average growth rate of 5% between 2013 and 2017. TTC Mobile recently conducted a study for the major Dutch beer brand Heineken, on the attitude and usage of beer among women in Africa, using our dynamic sampling and mobile panel. In order to have a good insight on the topic, we surveyed women in Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa.
Between May and September 2016, Simavi partnered up with TTC Mobile to investigate the quality of health facilities of the Same region in Tanzania for the Mobile Mapping for Women’s Health project. Using an offline surveying technique on smartphones, 1,518 women were asked about the health services they received and their satisfaction with them. Additionally, 108 men were surveyed about their involvement with the health of the women in their lives.
The holidays are coming closer and across the world people are preparing for festive days with their loved ones. But how much do we really know about the way the December holidays are celebrated in emerging markets? We decided to ask around in Eastern Africa, using our dynamic sampling and mobile panel. More
As climate change is increasingly leading to failed harvests, farmers in Vietnam and Indonesia are in serious need of information on weather forecasts, daily coffee prices and farming techniques. A new consortium, funded by the Dutch government, is going to provide this information to farmers in Vietnam and Indonesia by using geo-satellite data. TTC Mobile is proud to be part of the consortium and will translate the data into text messages.
According to the 2016 update of the World Happiness Report, satisfaction with life in Asian countries is slightly higher than in African countries, but lower than in the Western world. We considered these findings a great opportunity to put our new mobile survey sampling tool to the test. TTC Mobile conducted a survey to measure happiness and quality of life in Kenya, Nigeria, Vietnam and Indonesia.