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In the framework of the project « Building a Data Collaborative to support SDGs on Health » in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, CartONG and the Netherland Red Cross will host a workshop on January 31st-February 1st in Kinshasa to foster data sharing on the topic of health.

Dans le cadre du projet « Créer une culture de la collaboration sur les données pour soutenir les ODD concernant la santé » en République Démocratique du Congo, mise en œuvre par CartONG et la Croix Rouge Néerlandaise organisent un atelier les 31/01 et 1/02 à Kinshasa autour du partage des données sur la thématique de la santé.

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.

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 a réalisé pour le compte de l'Agence Micro Projets (programme de l’ONG La Guilde Européenne du Raid qui finance depuis 30 ans des microprojets d’associations de solidarité internationale françaises sur toutes les thématiques de l’aide au développement) une étude sur l'utilisation des NTIC pour les petites Associations de Solidarité Internationale.

CartONG has carried out a project for Terre des hommes to help them answer their questions on case management digital tools, through the evaluation of needs, technical benchmarking of tools and associated strategical help, the public findings of which were compiled in an infography.

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). 

From installing and maintaining their ArcGIS servers to supporting modifications to database structure and enriching the database with new layers and linking to external databases, CartONG supports UNHCR in structuring their GIS webservices. CartONG also participates to the discussions in how GIS should evolve in UNHCR in the future.

Our staff worked for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCRin Uganda, doing creation and maintenance of return monitoring databasecollection and compilation of GPS coordinatesproduction of maps, and capacity building of local staff.

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