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Activites recentes sur la MapAction

Renforcer la gestion des données programmes des OSC
Dec / 2019 - Nov / 2022

Le projet “Renforcer la gestion des données programmes des OSC” vise à professionnaliser les OSC francophones dans l’utilisation et la mise en oeuvre de méthodes, outils et processus relatifs aux différentes étapes de la chaîne d’analyse des données.

Co-financé par l’AFD pendant 3 ans (début 2020 - fin 2022) et mis en oeuvre avec le soutien de 10 partenaires, il permettra de continuer le travail de CartONG d’appui au secteur en favorisant la mutualisation et la mise à disposition de nouvelles ressources tant pratiques (outils, tutoriels, module de formation, etc.) que stratégiques (études, etc.) à l’ensemble des acteurs de la solidarité internationale.

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Data readiness pilot project in South Sudan to support Covid vaccine delivery through COVAX
Apr / 2021 - Jul / 2021

As Covid vaccines started to arrive in low- and middle-income COVAX participant countries, successful vaccination programs in those countries were dependent on geographic data to help identify priority population groups and to plan efficient "last mile" vaccine delivery. South Sudan was identified as a pilot project to assess which data was needed and implement good practices for other countries that will receive the vaccine. The support provided by CartONG consisted of data cleaning and setting up a data model and was conducted in collaboration with MapAction.

 
Dashboard for Mexico's Ministry of Education follow-up of post-Covid19 return to schools
May / 2020 - Jul / 2021

In May 2020 UNICEF Mexico launched the first activation of the 3-year Long Term Agreement signed with UNICEF HQ, CartONG and MapAction in the second half of 2019. This first activation occurred after UNICEF was approached by the Mexican Ministry of Education to support the creation of a dashboard aiming to display and monitor real-time information on key education indicators on elementary schools at the national level in order to map COVID-19 affectations before the start of the new school year.

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