CartONG has been helping Tdh with compiling documentation on Mobile Data Collection and Information Management more generally to help field teams use it in the most effective manner. Since january 2018 , the documentation has progressively been made public to help other organisations that might find it useful.
Some CartONG volunteers have helped in the write-up of a few documents and in the translation of most of the documentation to french.
Eradicating poverty is hampered by unreliable or non-existent data and the lack of skills and incentives to use it. The Global Partnership on Sustainable Development Data (GPSDD) addresses this challenge by improving the effective use of data, filling key data gaps, harmonizing data specifications and architectures, expanding data literacy and capacity, increasing openness and leverage of existing data and mobilizing political will and resources.
For the very first time, CartONG used GeoPoppy - an open source tool - to design a monitoring system of agricultural parcels in the Mé region in Ivory Coast, for the REDD+ project conducted by NITIDÆ. The project was financed by AFD.
Grâce à un financement de l’AFD, CartONG déploie, pour la première fois, une nouvelle solution technique appelée GeoPoppy pour permettre le suivi des parcelles agricoles et forestières du Projet REDD+ de la Mé mis en œuvre par l'ONG NITIDÆ (ex Rongead/EtcTerra) en Côte d’Ivoire.
CartONG published on behalf of the Agence Micro Projets (French microfunding agency) a study on the use of ICTs by small aid organisations as well as a toolbox to help them along in their use of ICTs.
CartONG supported the Cash Consortium Irak (CCI) in improving and streamlining its data collection, management and visualisation systems. CartONG evaluated each partner's needs, helped to choose the most relevant tool to be used by all partners and accompanied the consortium to adopt the tool (SurveyCTO was the chosen tool).