Online Training "Project Monitoring and Reporting Using Open Source Tools"
APPLICATIONS ARE OPEN!!!
One of our main action lines is knowledge transfer to improve the monitoring and reporting capabilities of local institutions.
Remote sensing data can be linked to socioeconomic and environmental information, such as the spatial distribution of plantations in relation to various land rights, distance to water sources and population centers, soil erosion rates, etc.
By using spatial data visualization techniques, project partners and sponsors are able to see where activities have been carried out and whether their impact is still visible years later. Participants will thus improve their ability to implement successful projects and communicate project results more effectively to their partners.
This training is organized in partnership with:
Online Training 3.0 “Project Monitoring and Reporting Using Open Source Tools"
18. October - 19. November 2021 (2 online sessions per week)
Do you want to boost your project monitoring and reporting skills? This 5-weeks hands-on training introduces you to the use of Open Source GIS and Data Management Tools to improve project monitoring and reporting of research and development projects.
Who can apply? (A total of 20 participants will be accepted)
(1) DAAD students and graduates; (2) Students of development programmes in Germany; (3) Relevant applicants from the Global South
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Application deadline: 24. September 2021
This training is funded by:
Online GIS workshop 2.0 “Project Monitoring and Reporting: Introduction to geographic methods using open-source software”
This 5-weeks training is co-organized by BluoVerda and our partner in Germany Weltweit e.V.. It is conducted on request of the Institute of International Forestry and Forest Products, Chair of Tropical and international Forestry, of the Technical University of Dresden and it is powered by the social enterprise 2811.
Dates: 9. November - 11. December 2020
This training has ended
Online GIS workshop 1.0 “Project Monitoring and Reporting: Introduction to geographic methods using open-source software”
Target audience: Students, young researchers, and professionals with experience in international development projects who would like to further qualify and professionalize their skills in project monitoring and evaluation using geographic information systems.
This 3-weeks training is co-organized by BluoVerda, our partner in Germany Weltweit e.V., and the Institute of International Forestry and Forest Products, Chair of Tropical and international Forestry, of the Technical University of Dresden and it is powered by the social enterprise 2811.
Dates: 24. June - 10. July 2020
This training has ended