- Network recruitment and ramp up time only took one month; within six weeks, the team had achieved broad geographic and product representation across the NTB province. All of this was done virtually.
- Data volumes climbed an average of 40% each week from end of February to mid April 2015 ultimately reaching a peak of close to 12,000 observations per week.
- Prices were captured in over 2,650 unique food trading outlets across Lombok Island and Sumbawa Island. The data collection was not limited to Lombok Island but was also possible in the sparsely populated Sumbawa Island.
In 2021, UN Global Pulse, in collaboration with the Digital Public Goods Alliance and supported by the Government of Finland, conducted qualitative research to understand the enablers and challenges of