CartONG - building on the work done for Tdh on the evaluation of case management for child protection tools - helped Handicap International over a few days in 2017 by giving them an overview of the MDC solutions that could correspond to their needs for case management and helping them think through their strategy on the subject.
Following that work, CartONG conducted in 2018 a benchmarking of two case management tools to help Handicap International's HQ team in their comparison of SurveyCTO and Survey123 for different case management needs.
For the very first time, CartONG used GeoPoppy - an open source tool - to design a monitoring system of agricultural parcels in the Mé region in Ivory Coast, for the REDD+ project conducted by NITIDÆ. The project was financed by AFD.
Grâce à un financement de l’AFD, CartONG déploie, pour la première fois, une nouvelle solution technique appelée GeoPoppy pour permettre le suivi des parcelles agricoles et forestières du Projet REDD+ de la Mé mis en œuvre par l'ONG NITIDÆ (ex Rongead/EtcTerra) en Côte d’Ivoire.
CartONG has carried out a project for Terre des hommes to help them answer their questions on case management digital tools, through the evaluation of needs, technical benchmarking of tools and associated strategical help, the public findings of which were compiled in an infography.
CartONG supported the Cash Consortium Irak (CCI) in improving and streamlining its data collection, management and visualisation systems. CartONG evaluated each partner's needs, helped to choose the most relevant tool to be used by all partners and accompanied the consortium to adopt the tool (SurveyCTO was the chosen tool).
CartONG was appointed by Terre des Hommes to carry out a study on Case Management tools used in the Protection field. CartONG therefore undertook the evaluation of needs (with interviews with Tdh staff and with other NGOs), before testing out a certain number of tools,and working with Tdh on the strategy for the future on these subjects.
Find out more about the project through this infography.
This project helped ACF-US and governmental partners to set up and maintain over time the Water Information Management System of South Sudan. The solution chosen to ensure than field teams could update the information on a regular basis was Akvo Flow.
At the end of the project, an Aweil East State Water Points Functionality Map was also published.