It's time to say goodbye after a wonderful 2022 edition of the GeOnG. But, no worries, we'll be back before you know it... Information about the 2024 edition of the forum will be communicated to you by the end of next year via this newsletter so you can save the date :)
We leave you with the latest publications on our YouTube channel, including the recordings of the 4 online workshops that took place at this year's event and a short and sweet summary version of the closing session.
We also very much encourage you to re(discover) the opening session, now also available as a podcast on Trumanitarian, and to check out our takeaways from this year's edition of the forum in our latest blog post.
We are wrapping up this message with a bit of nostalgia, hoping you'll enjoy the after-movie of the 2022 GeOnG forum.
"Shiny Things", a new episode of the Trumanitarian podcast ~ Last week, a new episode of the Trumanitarian podcast was released, featuring the stand-up debate between Lars Peter Nissen and Benjamin Lang at the opening session of the 2022 GeOnG forum.
Trumanitarian is a podcast hosted by Lars Peter Nissen, Director of ACAPS, trying to answer - in honest conversations with specialists - the most critical questions of the aid sector.
The H2H Network at GeOnG ~ We also invite you to check out the new H2H Network's blog post, centered around the theme of the 8th edition of the GeOnG forum and the question: "How can humanitarian data and information management organisations contribute to solutions for the environmental crisis - while leaving a smaller environmental footprint?"
Many thanks to all of our partners for their support
~ Diamond sponsor ~
The Agence Française de Développement (AFD) 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 4,000 development projects in 115 countries.
~ Gold sponsors ~
ActivityInfo is an information management platform perfect for monitoring and evaluation, humanitarian coordination and case management.
Esri supports organizations everywhere with the most powerful mapping and spatial analytics technology available - providing users with a scientific-based approach to solving problems in real time.
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.
Palladium is a global impact firm, working to link social progress and commercial growth.
~ Silver and Bronze partners ~
We would like to thank our Silver partners: Meta and 3liz (editor of Lizmap).
Humanitarian Alternatives is an international review of research and debate in French and English devoted to humanitarian action. Published three times a year, its issues are available for reading in print and on its website.
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