In the last 10 years, the GeOnG has become a major event on issues related to mapping, mobile technology, Information Management and, more generally, on the use of new technologies in the humanitarian and development sectors.
It is one of the biggest independent aid data forums in Europe, with the participation - on average - of 180 participants representing more than 90 organizations for the last three on-site editions. The last forum which took place online gathered more than 350 participants representing more than 250 organizations. In 2022, with the choice of a hybrid format, we hope to welcome an even bigger number of participants and organizations!
CartONG is looking for sponsors to help organize the next edition. If you would like to associate your company with the humanitarian and development sector at large, help us find innovative answers for tomorrow’s challenges and get involved in addressing current and future stakes, as well as promote your solutions to aid actors, please get in touch.
Please note that only organizations sponsoring the forum are allowed to promote their tools and services during the event.
In order to adapt to everyone’s needs, we propose different sponsorship packages ranging from a straightforward promotional “Bronze package” to an all-inclusive “Diamond package” which brings different advantages and privileges. Check out our sponsoring packages here. CartONG is also open to personalized sponsorship initiatives, we invite you to contact us by email.
Here is a snapshot of the organizations who participated in the last edition
They support the 2022 GeOnG Forum!
We are very glad to announce our diamond partnership with Agence française de développement (AFD) for the 2022 GeOnG Forum. We are especially pleased since it is the third time in a row that AFD act as the main sponsor of our event and we would like to thank them for their renewed support and contribution to the dissemination of innovation in the humanitarian & development sector.
The Agence Française de Développement (French Development Agency) is France’s inclusive public development bank. AFD commits financing and technical assistance to projects that genuinely improve everyday life, both in developing and emerging countries and in the French overseas territories. In keeping with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), AFD works in many sectors – among others: energy, healthcare, biodiversity, water, digital technology, professional training – to assist with transitions towards a safer, more equitable, and more sustainable world. Through a network of 85 field offices, AFD currently finances, monitors and assists more than 3,600 development projects in 110 countries.
ActivityInfo is an information management platform perfect for monitoring and evaluation, humanitarian coordination and case management. For more than a decade, the ActivityInfo team has been supporting humanitarian operations and development programmes worldwide catering for emerging needs with a secure, flexible and cost effective solution for data collection and analysis. UN agencies, INGOS and NGOs use the platform to centralize and standardize data collection, display the impact of their activities while maintaining complete control on data access and changes. Non-technical colleagues can quickly start tracking key indicators from project outputs to strategic impact thanks to the user-friendly database and form builder, the intuitive data collection interface and a variety of reporting capabilities. Using the ActivityInfo mobile data collection app to collect data online or offline, they save time and avoid errors resulting from moving data between various tools. Then, built-in analysis tools and integrations with other reporting software allow for rich insights within minutes.
KfW Development Bank has been helping the German Federal Government to achieve its goals in development policy and international development cooperation for more than 50 years. We are an experienced bank and a development institution with financing expertise. On behalf of the German Federal Government, primarily the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, we finance and support programmes and projects that mainly involve public sector players in developing countries and emerging economies. Our goal is to help our partner countries fight poverty, maintain peace, protect both the environment and the climate and shape globalisation in an appropriate way.
SurveyCTO is a secure and scalable data collection platform ideally suited for both single projects and organization-wide use. It is designed to empower development professionals to create complex forms, collect quality data on and offline, monitor incoming data in real-time, and seamlessly export data or integrate with a broad ecosystem of tools. With its user-friendly interface, GDPR-compliant setups, and 24x7 customer support, users in over 165 countries trust SurveyCTO to power diverse CAPI and CATI data collection needs.
TolaData is a social tech company that provides a web-based monitoring and evaluation platform for the non-profit sector. TolaData simplifies the process of M&E with a user-friendly and intuitive digital solution that facilitates transparency and collaboration across teams, locations and partners. The system offers a range of features to collect and manage data, build results-frameworks, manage indicator plans, track progress against targets, aggregate results across projects, and report and share results on configurable dashboards. TolaData also offers activity and task management tools, approval workflows and seamless integration to third party tools.
A special Thank You!
We are very thankful to the City of Chambéry for their support of the GeOnG Forum. Chambéry is a small city with a bit more than 60,000 inhabitants, situated between the Bauges massif and the Chartreuse mountain range in the French Alpes. Come and enjoy of the beauty of French atmosphere and an unique environment for a humanitarian meeting!