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CartONG, in consortium with MapAction, has been selected by UNICEF for a long-term agreement, to provide GIS & IM support to their operations around the world from 2020 to 2022. We will be activated by country offices to provide support on the following topics:

  • Geospatial data collection and management
  • Mapping
  • Knowledge management
  • Capacity building

We will try to use these activations to build shareable resources in collaboration with MapAction.

CartONG conducted a 3-day GIS training to the operational departement of SIF in January 2020, which was funded by Le Group'.

In 2019, CartONG was selected to support HI on a GIS assessment and initial support to launch a GIS strategy.

In July 2019, CartONG conducted a three-week mission in Ethiopia in support of UNHCR. The data created through remote Mapathons prior to the mission became important base data for our field and remote support. In order to tell the story of old established refugee camps and the unique approach UNHCR and CartONG applied to map out 5 camps in Ethiopia, the team used the format of a story map. Learn more here.

The "Strengthening CSOs' Information Management" project aims to professionalize French-speaking Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) in the use and implementation of methods, tools and processes related to the different stages of the data analysis chain.

Le projet “Renforcer la gestion des données programme des OSC” vise à professionnaliser les OSC francophones dans l’utilisation et la mise en oeuvre de méthodes, outils et processus relatifs aux différentes étapes de la chaîne d’analyse des données.

Following the success of the data collaborative project in the Democratic Republic of Congo organized in 2017-18 by CartONG and OpenStreetMap-DRC on health-related data, a similar initiative is being launched in 2019 on Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) data.

Suivant la réussite du projet de collaboration pour des données ouvertes en République Démocratique du Congo organisé en 2017-18 par CartONG et OpenStreetMap-RDC sur les données liées à la santé, une initiative similaire est lancée en 2019 sur les données Eau, Hygiène et Assainissement (EHA).


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