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Mindful of ensuring physical distancing, World Vision Philippines maximizes the use of digital technology for its emergency responses.

With the help of community volunteers, the most vulnerable families are efficiently identified, listed and submitted to barangay officials for confirmation.

Beneficiaries are registered on the online system Last Mile Mobile Solutions (LMMS). LMMS is used to record beneficiaries and help manage distribution data. This strengthens the efficiency, effectiveness and accountability of humanitarian service delivery. The system is also used by World Vision and other humanitarian organizations worldwide to enhance emergency response.

Two mothers share their story and how the quick assistance was able to help support their family and feed the kids while the restrictions of COVID-19 affect over 600 families in their community.



Contactless Distribution with LMMS Cards by scanning barcodes

“Claiming the cash assistance was easy and fast,” says Ellyn of the cash distribution. “There were only a few requirements and we only had to fill out a form and wait for their call.” With the PHP 1,000 she received, she bought food and fruits for her children.

LMMS digitises and consequently simplifies beneficiary registration, verification, distribution planning and management, and monitoring and reporting. This in turn improves remote data collection, helps manage aid recipients and enables faster and fairer aid distributions, as well as delivering rapid reporting to aid workers.

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LMMS is used to distribute cash assistance with ease and accountability

The LMMS technology works for the sector because of its ability to function offline in remote locations with or without limited internet connection, telephone access and no electricity.