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GIS and remote sensing in disaster, risk and emergency management capacity building

Organizadores del evento: 

The Enhancement Center, Nairobi.

Ciudad: 

Nairobi

Lugar: 

e-Enhancement Centre Ltd

Fecha: 

08/09/2014 to 12/09/2014

Idioma del evento: 

English

Description: 

The e-Enhancement Centre Ltd (www.e-enhancement.com) is a leading ICT-4-development consultancy in Africa with offices in Nairobi Kenya whose main agenda is promotion of ICT and Telecom standards through facilitation of various forums (Conferences, Seminars and Capacity Building Programmes) meant to equip the industry players with relevant and up-to-date information vital to the sound management of organizations through application of the modern ICT in various business sectors with our clientele organizations reading as who-is-who in the continent. The goal of this 5 days Intensive GIS and Remote Sensing Technology in Disaster Risk and Emergency Management Capacity Building Course is to provide participants with an introduction to Geographic Information Systems and highlight key applications in the field of emergency management. This interactive course features Discussions, Demonstrations and Practical Exercises computer lab activities and includes exciting group activities using ArcGIS and QGIS software.

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