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.
The technical skills learned can also help improve the performance of institutions in the students' home countries, making the seminar participants more attractive to local labor markets.
Currently there are no open calls for this training