Pathways is a digital service enabling frontline organisations in India manage case and community data more effectively
At present there are ten NGOs on board Pathways. They are located in Northern and Southern regions of India and are working to combat issues related to violations of labor rules. The Pathways service currently hosts data from around 250 communities located across 20 districts of India. The intervention areas for five lies in South India mainly Tamil Nadu and rest of the five lies in North India covering UP and Bihar. In India, district is an administrative unit of a state or territory. The records are from communities meaning hamlets in Pathway's context which are mainly situated in the interior areas within a district.
A cloud-based digital service to protect data, especially in disaster prone locations.
CENTRALITY OF RIGHTS
An approach that upholds the rights of citizens to all entitlements provided by the state to ensure a life of dignity
A system that minimises the scope of data duplication and errors when compared with physical documents
A platform to store connected data and records at one place and facilitate seamless data analysis and adovcacy
During the process of evolving Pathways multiple meetings, trainings, demo sessions were conducted with partners and different stakeholders to understand their current case management system, their needs and expectations from the software.