Neglected Populations

Developing nations often lack the infrastructure to compile critical data, which has a consequent impact on public health, security, resource management and other areas of governance. Even in high fidelity regions like Europe and North America, data can be scarce on disadvantaged and marginalized populations, impacting critical decision-making by government and advocacy groups.

In many cases, data is unstructured, an output of analog workflows. In other cases, data isn't available at all because of political implications, inadequate collection infrastructure, difficult terrain or disputed notions of identity.

Our work with neglected populations around the world, particularly in countries impacted by conflict, provides us with vital expertise in difficult data acquisition, inference and analysis.

Contact us to learn more about our work with marginalized populations.