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Latest Activities for H2H fund

Remote training with Groupe URD
Dec / 2020 to Jun / 2021

CartONG and Groupe URD are developing a combined MEAL and Information Management training offer targeted at humanitarian staff operating in emergency settings. This online training will aim at providing the participants needs of field teams to be relevant to the widest audience possible. The development of the training offer started in late 2020 and will be finalized by the end of May 2021.

To know more about this activity, please read our 2020 Annual Report.

The IM Covid-19 Help Center: helping NGOs adapt their IM and M&E response to the health crisis
May / 2020 to Jan / 2021

This project aims at supporting the humanitarian aid and international development sector in adapting its Information Management and Monitoring & Evaluation response to the Covid-19 crisis.

As part of this initiative, CartONG is to provide direct support to NGOs - hotline or coaching - addressing specific data-related requests at headquarters or in the field, as well as a more global support to the sector through the release of technical and methodological guidance (technical briefs, tutorials and tech watch findings) and feedback resources (case studies and lessons learned).

Requests for support or for guidance are to cover a wide range of IM topics - such as quantitative and qualitative data collections, data visualization and analysis, as well as responsible data management and data ethics - and will be tackled by CartONG's tech teams.

This project is run with the support of Groupe URD for the M&E component. We are also coordinating our action with MapAction, HOT and Translators without Borders in particular, as well as other H2H organizations to avoid duplicating our efforts.

A short recap of this project

In May 2020, we thus set up the IM Covid-19 Help Center on CartONG’s website to centralize the requests of local and international NGOs (which is now closed).

By the end of the project, we had provided support to 19 local and international actors, we had organized 6 capacity-building events and released 14 resources (7 in French & English, and 7 in English only).

The IM Covid-19 Help Center was supported by the H2H Network’s H2H Fund, which is supported by UK aid from the UK government. It was also implemented as part of the "Strengthening Information Management within CSOs" project co-financed by the French Development Agency (AFD).

To know more about this activity, please read our 2020 Annual Report.

Dashboard to support the H2H Network’s advocacy work
Sep / 2020 to Nov / 2020

Over the summer of 2020, the H2H Network contacted CartONG to discuss how we could support the network’s advocacy work by showcasing the activations it funds, as part of the launch of their new website. We suggested developing a web map that would display both the data about the activations and their location on a world map.

We managed to design a mock-up for the tool, adapt it to the feedback of the partner, integrate it on the website and release it in only 4 weeks. After some last fixing and the writing of the guidance documentation for the H2H Network’s team, the overall request was completed in less than 2 months, and is now routinely used by the H2H Network for all of their activations.

 To know more about this activity, please read our 2020 Annual Report.

Logistics mapping support to Atlas Logistique in Democratic Republic of the Congo
May / 2020 to Aug / 2020

ATLAS Logistique – HI-AL requested support in 2020 from CartONG, as part of a H2H Network funded pilot project it was implementing in North Kivu, in order to map and analyze the on-site humanitarian response and its needs in terms of supply chain through the study of humanitarian flux and the logistics vulnerability of the said area. After several weeks of data collection conducted in the field by Atlas Logistique, our team produced a series of maps to display key logistical and supply indicators.

Further support is provided by CartONG to Atlas Logistique in 2021 to help them develop the specifications of a map-oriented dashboard to promote the ‘logistics vulnerability’ concept and its related indicators through a visualization tool.

To know more about this activity, please read our 2020 Annual Report.

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