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Latest Activities for UNHCR

Data integration, collection and related processes (UNHCR GDS)
Jan / 2020 to Dec / 2020

In 2020, CartONG's staff and volunteer teams conducted a wide range of data integration and collection tasks in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic. Here is a quick summary of what was undertaken.

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Covid-19 public health preparedness & response ops dashboard (UNHCR GDS & DRS)
Jan / 2020

At the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020, UNHCR sought support from CartONG for the creation of a unique monitoring dashboard.

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Implementing the Map Portal (UNHCR FICSS)
Jan / 2015 to Dec / 2019

CartONG implemented a Map Portal for UNHCRThis portal is a repository of all pdf maps produced by UNHCR and in the future partners as wellOther mapping products such as web maps are also available through the map portal and users can request new mapping products through the portal as well. CartONG worked on the Map Portal in 2017 and 2018, adding advanced user management features as well as a resource center. The Map Portal was later decommissioned in 2019 and replaced by the Operational Data Portal which now hosts the apps which previously existed on the Map Portal as well as new ones.

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Support on the iRHIS platform (UNHCR DRS)
Mar / 2018

iRHIS (integrated Refugee Health Information System) is an open source tablet and web platform that was developed by GNUCOOP to allow health workers to electronically register and track the health status of refugees in camps, as well as guide UNHCR public health and implementing partners to rapidly detect public health problems and epidemics. CartONG provide a wide range of information management support on the integrated Refugee Health Information System.

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MDC support to the Livelihoods and Energy programs (UNHCR DRS)
Mar / 2018

Since March 2018, CartONG has been providing support to the Division of Resilience and Solutions (DRS) of UNHCR, in particular for its Livelihoods and Energy programs.

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eSite project (UNHCR GDS)
Jan / 2018

The eSite is designed to serve as a web platform where GIS data can be accessed, explored and analyzed for different refugee and IDP site planning purposes. The resulting map products are easily deployable and shareable through the platform. CartONG's staff team has been working on this platform since early 2018.

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GIS & mapping support for Camp Coordination, Camp Management (UNHCR GDS)
Jan / 2017

CartONG provides GIS and mapping support to the CCCM (Camp Coordination, Camp Management) unit within the GDS section at UNHCR.

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Jan / 2016

The WASH GIS portal (also called Borehole Database) was created in 2016 by our team. The WASH GIS portal centralizes information about boreholes data in refugee sites.

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WASH KAP (Knowledge Aptitudes, Practices) survey implementation and mapper (UNHCR DRS)
Jun / 2015

CartONG has been supporting UNHCR since 2015 for the large-scale deployment of an annually-run Knowledge, Attitudes, Practices survey in 180 refugee camps - helping to define the strategy, with the development of substantial training kits, the encoding of the survey and related analysis tools. Our support also involves field training and implementation missions. Click on "read more" to access a short overview of the key achievements since 2015.

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Site Mapping for non-GIS specialists (UNHCR GDS)
Jan / 2015

CartONG implements the Site Mapping together with UNHCR GDS unit (Global Data Service, previously known as FICSS within the organization) by deploying a user-friendly smartphone application for data collection and maintenance and which stores all collected information online in versatile web maps accessible to all actors in need of it. Already covered camps are accessible in the webmap section of the map portal (maps.unhcr.org).

CartONG continuously works on improving the site mapping application, and beyond this, our team also provides direct support to field operations.

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