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Bidibidi camp in northern Uganda is one of the fastest growing refugee camps in the world. Activated by Médecins Sans Frontières, CartONG & the OpenStreetMap community mapped its Section 2 in three weeks and the data is already used in the field.

Les drones sont devenu des outils suffisamment fonctionnels, simples d'utilisation et abordables pour apporter une aide significative lors des crises humanitaires. C'est un des résultants principaux du projet de recherche "Drones in Humanitarian Action" qui a été présenté aujourd'hui par la Fondation Suisse de Déminage (FSD), en partenariat avec CartONG, UAViators et le Zoi Environment Network pendant la Conférence annuelle des partenaires de l'Aide Humanitaire de l'UE.

Drones have become functional, user-friendly and cheap enough, to significantly help in humanitarian crises. That is one of the key findings of the research initiative “Drones in Humanitarian Action”, which was presented by the Swiss Foundation for Mine Action (FSD), in partnership with CartONG, UAViators and Zoi Environment Network during the EU Humanitarian Aid Annual Partners’ Conference in Brussels today.

In 2015-6 we conducted two trainings for IPIS, one on Mobile Data Collection and geodatabase management (5 days) and one on ArcGIS server (5 days) for their HQ staff in Antwerp.

Dans le cadre de l'initiative “Drone in Humanitarian Action”, CartONG a été déployé au Tadjikistan pour une mission complexe de soutien à un projet de réduction des risques de catastrophe. Financée par la DG ECHO et organisée avec notre partenaire FSD, la mission visait à cartographier 2 bassins versants de ~20 km² dans les montagnes du Pamir.

As part of the initiative “Drone in Humanitarian Action”, CartONG has been deployed in Tajikistan for a challenging mission in support of disaster risk reduction project. Funded by the DG ECHO and organized with our partner FSD, the mission aimed to map 2 watersheds of ~20 km² in the Pamir Mountains.

​Soutien à distance aux humanitaires sur le terrain via des mapathons en France et pays limitrophes

The 21st international conference on AIDS has concluded a few days ago and the progress of the fight against this pandemia is still slow. This is the context in which the CNLS (National Committee for the Fight against AIDS), along with the guidance of CartONG volunteers, takes place.  


CartONG has created a webmapping application, which articulates various open source solutions to provide the Executive Secretariat of the National Committee for the Fight against AIDS (Comité National de Lutte contre le SIDA, CNLS) a tool showing the interventions made by the civil society to tackle the pandemia in the island since 2013, answering the question "Who does what, where, when and with whom?". The project is supported by UNAIDS in Madagascar and visible here: https://cnlsmadagascar.cartong.org/

La 21ème conférence internationale sur le SIDA s’est terminée il y a quelques jours, et les progrès dans la lutte contre cette pandémie restent fragiles. C’est dans ce contexte que s’inscrit le projet CNLS mené par des bénévoles de CartONG.


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