Data at the service of people

People at the core.

According to the United Nations, more than a quarter of the world’s population lives in fragile contexts, affected by socio-economic, environmental, political or security risk factors.


Risk factors

Factors such as sudden rises of basic food prices, illegal extraction of natural resources or violence, restrict development and the fulfilment of human rights while increasing violent conflict.



In these rapidly changing contexts, it is also difficult to gather reliable, relevant and updated data to support decision-making.



For local and national institutions, the latter hinders the formulation, implementation and evaluation of public policies. For private companies, it makes it more difficult to understand the social environment, assess effectively its risks and foster the Sustainable Development Goals.

Better decisions for people

We provide public institutions and private companies with an updated follow-up of risk factors in a certain context.
We enable greater efficiency and effectiveness of decisions-making processes.
We contribute to improve people’s lives.
“More than 1.8 billion people live in fragile contexts”

Data with ‘sentiment’ linked to the people´s context

With an app, we facilitate the collection of data on the main risk factors while guaranteeing the privacy and anonymity of users.
We systematize and provide the information in a dashboard, so that public institutions, international organizations or private companies can:

Monitor the risks registered in a continuous and geo-referenced manner and anticipate the identification of those that may arise.

Have a secure and anonymous communication channel with users, allowing to effectively expand or contrast the information.

Track the Sustainable Development Goals prioritized locally.

Citizens, state and private sector: united for peace and development

We want to foster the contribution of the private sector to the Sustainable Development Goals, while being active part of it.
We believe that local actors, the people, are the best source to provide sentiment and validity to the data.
We believe that it is essential to increase the participation and empowerment of local actors, as well as the transparency and accountability of decision-makers.

“Too often, existing data remain unused because
they are released too late or not at all, not well- documented and harmonized, or not available at the level of detail needed for decision-making”

Source: United Nations Secretary-General’s Independent Expert Advisory Group on a Data Revolution for Sustainable Development.

Joint Experience

Salvador Aguilera


Alberto Olivas


Contributing to the partnership for development

In cooperation with the United Nations Development Program in Honduras, Eirene Data4Peace is currently developing a pilot in the Mosquitia region.

This partnership aims to promote development, prevention of conflict and of human rights violations, and the strengthening of the state’s presence in the region.

“Ultimately, more empowered people, better policies, better decisions and greater participation and accountability, leading to better outcomes for people and the planet”

Fuente: United Nations Secretary-General’s Independent Expert Advisory Group on a Data Revolution for Sustainable Development.

Contact us

Calle Pizarro 24. Bajo (local). Madrid 28004. España

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