Cartographie et SIG
Utiliser la cartographie et le SIG pour avoir une vue d'ensemble de vos activités
Mapping & GIS
Using mapping and GIS to get a good overview of your activities
CartONG intervenes every year in different Bioforce Institute trainings (in particular project managers, WASH coordinators and Logisticians) in Lyon to heighten awareness on the uses a good mobile data collection and mapping can bring. These trainings are 1 to 2 days long.
CartONG produced Base maps and Emergency maps, as well as compiled Geodatabases and Atlases for the International Comittee of the Red Cross (ICRC) headquarters in Geneva.
For the Acted project (and UNOSAT REACH), CartONG’s field work was meant to build and update the Misrata and Benghazi infrastructures geodatabase thanks to satellite imagery.
The project consisted also in capacity building with training of local technicians.
CartONG produced maps as well as maintained spatial data, especially for emergency missions but also for general operational needs.
During the Arab Spring, there were a strong need of geographic information concerning some countries. CartONG answered to this demand by working with the World Food Program (WFP) in Roma for the LogCluster (and by helping to build and maintain geographic databases.
The mission consistent in the production of maps as well as maintenance of spatial data especially for disaster preparedness but also general operational needs for the International Organizations of Migrations (IOM) in Haiti.
All available radio stations were mapped on Google spreadsheets to allow collaborative mapping and updating of status. Data was obtained through online data mining and operational partners and feedback through them.
All available radio stations were mapped on Google spreadsheets to allow collaborative mapping and updating of status. Data was obtained through online data mining and operational partners and feedback through them. A Needs assessment, available in English and French was mapped as kml as well.
Suite aux différents évènements et à l’instabilité politique qui règne depuis quelques mois en Côte d’Ivoire, la région Est du Liberia s’est vue accueillir plus d’une centaine de milliers de réfugiés dans des camps ou dans les villages proches de la frontière. Ceux-ci sont surtout concentrés dans les 4 sub-divisions administratives : Nimba county, Grand Gedeh county, River Ghee county et Maryland county. Depuis quelques mois, le Programme Alimentaire Mondial s’occupe donc d’acheminer de la nourriture dans ces différents camps et villages.