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This Webinar is a one-hour introductory session ideal for humanitarians in ICT or IM with technical background, who are interested in learning how to use the ActivityInfo API to push data in ActivityInfo using REST queries.
The session will provide practical examples on numerous ways to update data using ActivityInfo. After the session, attendees will know how to create and update form entries (records) in ActivityInfo, how to import legacy data and how to integrate ActivityInfo with existing systems such as an application (e.g. a project management software).
This Webinar is a one-hour introductory session ideal for humanitarians in ICT or IM with technical background, who are interested in learning how to use the ActivityInfo API with the Python Language in order to be able to produced reports based on the data collected in ActivityInfo.
The session will cover some basic concepts of the Python language, an introduction to the ActivityInfo Python Client and practical examples on how to retrieve and update data using Python as well as how to produce visualizations based on this data.
This webinar is is a one-hour introductory session ideal for humanitarians in ICT or IM with technical background who are interested in learning how to use the ActivityInfo .NET Client.
The session will cover the libraries available for ActivityInfo and functions in C# that can be used.
The Webinar will last 45' and will be followed by a 15' Q&A session.
Technical background is required; knowledge of the basics of .NET is highly recommended.
About the ActivityInfo Webinar Series
This Webinar is a one-hour introductory session ideal for humanitarians in ICT or IM with technical background, who are interested in learning how to use the ActivityInfo API with the R Language in order to be able to produce reports based on the data collected in ActivityInfo.
The session will cover some basic concepts of the R language, an introduction to the ActivityInfo R Client and practical examples on how to retrieve and update data using the R Language as well as how to produce visualizations based on this data.
The Human Development Forum Foundation (HDFF) would like to inform you about 5 days outdoor field training workshop on Hostile Environment Awareness Training (HEAT) to be held in Naresuan Camp, Huahin Thailand from 25 – 29 March 2019.The training is being organized to improve participants’ skills in hostile environment, following international regulations in these settings. The training will be conducted by experienced and culturally sensitive facilitators in an utmost participatory way and has in its core a 3 day field exercise.
This course aims to provide students with knowledge and critical understanding of nutrition as central to clinical and preventive paediatrics and child health. An evidence-based approach is taken to explain the main priorities in applied nutrition relevant to low resource settings in the context of both hospital and community settings.
Nutrition and health in the context of the mother and child:
ICAM - Information Collection Analysis and Management
Course date: 5 Days: Sun 6 Jan – Fri 11 Jan 2019
Location: Stockholm, Sweden
This Webinar is a one-hour session ideal for humanitarians in IM, M&E or Project/Program Management who want to learn how to get started with designing a Database customized to the needs of tracking and managing individual cases (e.g. IDPS, refugees etc.) using the online M&E software ActivityInfo.
For the past 12 years, the All In Diary has been providing humanitarian practitioners with essential, up-to-date, and succinct guidance for humanitarian workers in a convenient format. Following a revision process carried out on a voluntary basis by practitioners from across the sector over the past year, the sixth edition of the AID is now available.
The ability to communicate during a crisis event, whether with internal stakeholders as part of verbal and written information sharing protocols, or to external stakeholders such as with media groups, will define both the ability for leaders to make knowledge led decisions, and to present the shop window of the organization in the most positive light to the media; and as such to the wider global community.
When an emergent threat is identified, and when a crisis situation is ongoing, or incident has happened, the ability to communicate quickly and accurately with the right people is fundamentally important.
Media represents a strategic communication channel in contemporary humanitarianism. Analyzing the media landscape, understanding the limits and constraints of media relations are therefore essential.
This course aims to provide students with the necessary tools to a global knowledge and understanding of the media landscape. It addresses to managers of humanitarian action.
Are you a development or humanitarian professional and interested in developing the dialogue with communities in a strategic way?
Would you like to deepen your knowledge in intercultural communication?
Are you curious about the importance of accountability and the present limits of 2-way communication?
This short course is tailored for you !
This 30 minute course covers the principles of the Open Data for Resilience Initiative.
This 5 days intensive training workshop exposes participants to the use of GIS in programs with respect to Data Sources, Mapping, Infield Practical Applications, Technology and Timeline for implementation.
Participants MUST carry LAPTOPS for software installations and hands-on practicals, Limited slot for only 10 people available.
GST 101 Introduction to Geospatial Technology Using QGIS 2.10