RDIT is a fully developed and patented technology, currently in use by global non-governmental and multilateral organizations in their global development work.
We are currently looking to expand our network and develop further strategic partnerships. We are eager to collaborate and share learnings with other groups working towards the Sustainable Development Goals.
To date, over 100 million citizens have been surveyed for RIWI's partnersincluding the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Freedom House,World Bank, UN World Food Programme, Omidyar Network, MasterCard Foundation, Inter-American Development Bank, and others seeking better opinion data and more effective ways for engaging citizens.
Here are a few live applications of our data results:
Aswat project: 30,000 surveys across the Middle East on opinions related to the role of women and girls, plus exposing 450,000 people to the educational website:
Open Government with the World Bank (62 countries, 65,000 respondents):
Food security in Haiti with the World Food Programme: http://documents.wfp.org/stellent/groups/public/documents/ena/wfp284879.pdf
You can read more about our past work with global NGO's here:
You can also read selected case studies here:
RIWI has conducted a21-month long all-country studyin a major peer-reviewed journal
and compared answer options over time on social values that would not be expected to change significantly year over year or month over month. The data have remained highly stable and predictable across time, within regions. In many areas of international data science, client work and scholarly work, we seek to prove this out further and further. We are happy to furnish clients with other third-party reviews. We are unaware of any other technology in data collection that has been more subject to peer-review and third-party review than ours since our commercialization in 2012.
"RIWI has racked up quite a few predictive bullseyes lately, pinpointing the tipping point in Egypt’s popular uprising against dictator Hosni Mubarak in 2011 and correctly forecasting Donald Trump’s electoral college win despite Hillary Clinton’s popular-vote lead in the U.S. presidential elections. RIWI also called the margin of defeat in Italy’s constitutional referendum within a single percentage point last December." - National Post, Feb 28th, 2017, "Terry Glavin: Sorry, Canada, when it comes to political leadership it turns out you’re not uniquelyfeminist". Link here
You can explore our FAQ here, which further explains the quality of our data collection process: