American Friends of Tutator
Leveraging technology to radically improve social services.
Tutator Foundation (CH) A Project of T | KBFUS Funds
Tutator leverages technology to radically improve how social services such as justice, protection, immigration are delivered throughout the world.
Tutator Foundation (FT) - Tutator was created in 2009. Its purpose is to leverage its founders' background in technology and in the humanitarian space so as to bring value to different organizations providing social services in very different areas.
It is our plan to continue to offer solutions to various entities, be they governmental or non-governmental organizations to help them respect human rights. Among the various projects we have underway, we are developing a tool for the juvenile justice system in Honduras, soon in Bolivia and we have developed a tool to manage detainees in centers for youths in Bolivia and to make sure that they receive the treatment they are entitled to.
Our main focus is on how technology can be used to radically improve various social services such as justice, protection, immigration etc. Our initial focus has been on Juvenile Justice in Nicaragua, where the juvenile justice system in the whole country now runs on our platform.
We advocate the re-humanization of social services by designing automation tools that will turn the beneficiary back into a person, instead of being just a number and a statistic:
- Allow the actors of the social services to do their job not only efficiently but also well: that is, be able to customize services for each and every beneficiary within the framework of ever-more-complex rules and guidelines, and
- Offer transparency, traceability and full accountability at every level. Whenever appropriate, the beneficiaries themselves can gain access to their own file.
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