Sharek961 used Ushahidi to help monitor Lebanon’s 2008 elections.
Uchaguzi (“decision” in Swahili) was developed to monitor Kenya's 2010 constitutional referendum.
CGNet Swara gives voice to the tribal population of Chattisgarh, India by helping them report local issues using landline or mobile phones.
Save.kg used Ushahidi to monitor electoral problems during the Kyrgyz Republic’s constitutional referendum in June 2010.
Maji Matone allows citizens to report waterpoint breakdowns via SMS and informs them about rural water supply issues.
The Ujima Project seeks to shed light on governmental and NGO expenditures by making budgetary data available online.
ADR India works to monitor national elections through country-wide SMS and helpline campaigns and an informational website.
Golos (Voice) has introduced several online tools for better election monitoring in Russia.
Amatora mu Mahoro (“Peaceful Elections”) is an Ushahidi-based project created to monitor Burundi’s 2010 elections.
Girigna is a group of young, pro-democracy activists in Sudan.