Second Examination of the Stakeholders’s Usage of the Web-based Food Security and Nutrition Information SystemAbstract:
To disseminate food security and nutrition (FSN)information among a wide range of government institutions, non-governmental (NGOs) and international donor organizations (IDOs) involved in planning and implementing FSN activities and to offer a publicly available repository of knowledge on this cross-cutting issue, the "Food Security and Nutrition Information System" (FSNIS), available on CD-Rom and online was established in 2004.
Throughout May and June 2007, a second evaluation of the FSNIS was implemented to update the knowledge on use and impact of the FSNIS. 130 FSN stakeholders were interviewed on the FSNIS use and usefulness, partly in-depth. In addition, the log file of the FSNIS web site was analyzed to display website traffic from January 2006 to May 2007.
According to the web statistics, the number of visits to the online FSNIS version is growing. The figures rose between January 2006 and May 2007 from 8000 to more than 14000, which is equal to an increase of more than 77%. However, it is to be assumed that a rise in American users contributed to the significant increase in the amount of visitors.
Not SpecifiedAuthor / Editor:
Mr. Dominik BullaType of Publication: Source Institution / Org:
Council for Agricultural and Rural DevelopmentLanguage: Post date:
2011-07-19Country / Region:
Council for Agricultural and Rural Development (CARD)File attachments: Website links: