ODI Training of Trainers: lessons learned and way forward

ODI Training of Trainers: lessons learned and way forward

Pic: Group Picture of ODI ToT Team Two weeks ago I attended the Open Data Training of Trainers Course from Nov 26-30, organized by ¬†Data for Development (D4D) in Nepal Program. The program was implemented by Asia Foundation and Development Initiatives and facilitated by Dr. David Tarrant and Mel Normal from the Open Data InstituteRead more about ODI Training of Trainers: lessons learned and way forward[…]

All Girls Event: Enhancing day to day lives through mapping

All Girls Event: Enhancing day to day lives through mapping

Pic: Group picture where everyone is showing 10 fingers i.e they learned 10 different things We invited 19 energetic girls from Udhesya: Girls in STEM program organized by Anuvuti International in collaboration with UNESCO to Kathmandu Living Labs this afternoon. This program aims to help girls learn and motivate to pursue their career in STEMRead more about All Girls Event: Enhancing day to day lives through mapping[…]

One more step towards extending the OSM Girls Community

One more step towards extending the OSM Girls Community

Information Technology, Computer Science, Engineering and Geography are male dominated research and employment sectors. OpenStreetMap (OSM) lies at the intersection of these fields and is similarly male dominated. While the communities for these sectors experience continuous growth in numbers and global extent, the number of female participants in these communities usually fail to keep upRead more about One more step towards extending the OSM Girls Community[…]

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