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Activites recentes sur la Capacity Building

Réalisation d'une étude sur les usages des NTIC dans le cadre de micro-projets de développement
Jan / 2017 - Dec / 2017

CartONG a réalisé une étude sur les usages des NTIC dans le cadre de micro-projets de développement,  comprenant un travail de recherche général sur l'utilisation des NTIC dans le domaine des micro-projets, et également une boite à outils composée de fiches Outils, Méthodes et retours d'expériences à destination des associations de solidarité internationale pour les aider à utiliser ces technologies de manière pertinente.

Accéder à l'étude et à la boite à outils ici.

Mobile Data Collection remote support hotline (Solidarités)
Jan / 2015 - Dec / 2017

CartONG has been supporting Solidarités International delegations since 2015 with a hotline helping operations under 24h with their conception dilemmas, their choice of tools or their MDC strategy

Training on mobile data collection for SOS Faim
Feb / 2017 - Mar / 2017

For SOS Faim, CartONG did a one-week training on MDC in Mali for their field partners working in the agricultural sector.

Information Management and Mobile Data Collection Support for the Cash Consortium Irak
Jan / 2017 - Mar / 2017

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). 

The CCI is composed of Mercy Corps, Danish Refugee Council, Norwegian Refugee Council and the International Rescue Committee. CCI partners have so far provided cash assistance to over 10,000 newly displaced households and conflict affected vulnerable households across nine governorates including Baghdad, Kerbala, Salahaddin, Kirkuk, Dohuk, Ninewa, Diyala, Erbil and Sulaymaniyeh.

Implementation of water point data collection & monitoring in South Sudan (ACF-US)
Apr / 2016 - Jan / 2017

This project helped ACF-US and governmental partners to set up and maintain over time the Water Information Management System of South Sudan. The solution chosen to ensure than field teams could update the information on a regular basis was Akvo Flow.

 At the end of the project, an Aweil East State Water Points Functionality Map was also published.

Mobile Data Collection remote support hotline for Terre des Hommes
Jun / 2016

A remote support hotline for all Tdh delegations has been operational since 2016 so that any staff can ask for remote support from CartONG on mobile data collection (encoding issues, choice of tools, validation of a form before deployment, etc.). The hotline is a very well liked tool and has proved to be extremely useful to Tdh delegations. In 2018, for instance, CartONG received 63 hotline activations.

 

Community building for the West-Africa Monitoring & Evaluation staff (Tdh)
Sep / 2015 - Apr / 2016

CartONG set up and has been managing since 2015 a community of Terre des hommes users on data collection and analysis, using Slack as a tool.

Training on GIS
Jan / 2016
Documentation for Tdh staff capacity building on Information Management
Jan / 2016

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 on the MDC Toolkit website to help other organizations that might find it useful. A special highlight is the Data Visualization Toolkit available on: https://www.mdc-toolkit.org/analyse-your-data/

Some CartONG volunteers have helped in the write-up of a few documents and in the translation of most of the documentation to French.

 

Profiling and registration with Android smart phones (UNHCR)
Dec / 2011 - Dec / 2015

Profiling and registration with Android smart phones (UNHCR)

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