The TransMonEE portal presents socioeconomic data on the condition of children and women in Central and Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CCE/CIS).
In 1992, UNICEF’s Innocenti Research Centre established the TransMonEE database as a repository of a broad range of indicators on the condition of children. The data is used by government institutions, civil society, donors, and academia; they support evidence-based decision-making, and make it possible to analyze social policies and understanding the current trends in education, health, water, sanitation, and child protection.
As a contribution to these efforts, Community Systems Foundation (CSF) created and hosted an online adaptation of the database and developed interactive data dashboards to track UNICEF CEE/CIS priorities over time.
In 2018, CSF helped counterparts design a complete portal to manage data, dashboards, content publications and events that have occurred throughout the year. In addition, CSF assisted with support and maintenance of the TransMonEE portal.