A Geographic Information System (GIS) is a system designed to capture, store, manipulate, analyze, manage, and present all types of geographically referenced data. GIS is fundamental in creation and use of maps and charts to help reveal relationships, patterns, and trends for project indicators in a way that is quickly understood by program managers and easy to share
To impart knowledge on integrating GIS with Monitoring and Evaluation in project management, thus improving the effectiveness and communications of results to management, funding partners, and beneficiaries.
- Introduction to GIS
- Spatial data integration
- Data management
- Mapping and visualization
- Working with Coordinate systems
- Statistical Analysis
- Mobile data collection
At the end of the training the trainee should be able to:
- Understand key concepts in M&E and GIS
- Develop an M&E-GIS System
- Learn how to integrate existing M&E data with GIS
- Collect data using mobile phones
- Perform spatial analysis
- Display both quantitave and qualitative M&E data
- Design a static and web map
Who Should attend
The training requires no prior GIS skills and is designed for representatives from government officials in charge of projects, project teams, NGOs, multi and bilateral development organizations, consultancies, project managers and directors, M&E specialists, technical specialists, and researchers.
The training is hands-on, and it will include: Presentations, discussions, software demonstrations, Exercises and lesson reviews.
The training will be facilitated by Esri’s certified instructor
USD 580 or KES 60,900 per person
inclusive of 16% VAT
Training cost covers for training material, Lunch, refreshments and certificate of completion.