Tag: pemetaan partisipatif

Ushahidi for Real-time Reporting in Maumere, East Nusa Tenggara

[dropcap background=”” color=”” circle=”0″ size=”1″][/dropcap] The Caritas Diocese of Maumere (CKM) not only organized a training for villagers and village official, they also initiated a training activity for their staff. The objective is to teach and to socialize Ushahidi, a platform that can be used to record and report any events in Maumere, East Nusa Tenggara. CKM staff will try to make some categories for each event that will be reported in Ushahidi. They then must input events or objects as a report in Ushahidi website. (To open Ushahidi Maumere website, click here) This activity held on 26-27 April 2017,…

Data Input and Collection Training for Villages around Magepanda Watershed, Maumere, East Nusa Tenggara

Dagesime Magepanda watershed passes across many areas in East Nusa Tenggara. This watershed became important because its main function to support people who live around the river. Due of its importance, there should be some regulations to maintain and manage the existence of this watershed from the upstream down. The Caritas Diocese of Maumere (CKM) as a humanitarian organization is working on the documentation of watershed management plans. CKM aims to collect field data that can be used to support the making of the watershed management plan document. Assisting the data collection, CKM collaborated with Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) Indonesia…

Disaster Risk Assessment Training in collaboration with LPBI NU

It is an important thing to make a disaster risk assessment, especially for the country that commonly hit by a disaster like Indonesia. Strengthening capacity of local government and local communities in disaster-prone areas had to be done in order to reduce the impact that caused by the disaster. Disaster risk assessment is very useful to determine the impact and the potential damage that can be caused by a disaster. In order to increase the capacity of local governments and local communities for facing the disaster, Lembaga Penanggulangan Bencana dan Perubahan Iklim Nahdlatul Ulama (LPBI NU) in collaboration with Humanitarian…

OSM QGIS and InaSAFE Training in InaDRTG

In 16-18 December 2015, HOT and DMI (Disaster Management Innovation) held training in InaDRTG. This training was held by Deputy of Prevention and Preparedness division of Community Empowerment with help from DMI and HOT. This training aim to prepare Deputy of Prevention and Preparedness’s database. 16 Participants attend this training and each participants come from Community Empowerment division ( eight people), Preparedness division (six people) and Disaster Risk Reduction division (two people). In the first day of the training began there was opening from Head of Community Empowerment division, Sigit Padmono Dewo. After that, there was focus group discussion lead…

Point of Interest (POI) Training Workshop in BPBD DKI Jakarta Office

Training Point of Interest in Pluit Village organized by UNESCO and the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) Indonesia has finally reached the end of the activity. The training started from activities POI Training in Pluit Village then followed by training at SMK POI 56 for students / senior high school students and POI Training Workshop in Pluit Village Office and on December 30, 2013  at BPBD DKI Jakarta’s office Point of Interest (POI) Training Workshop in BPBD DKI Jakarta Office had been held and involving relevant agencies in Jakarta. The purpose of this workshop is slightly different from the previous workshop that held…

OpenStreetMap Basic Training at Satu Dunia

OpenStreetMap (OSM) is a collaborative project to create a free map where everyone can contribute and edit. The advantages of OSM besides it is easy to be used, the map can also be used and exploited by various organizations, even for Civil Society Organizations (CSOs). Unfortunately not many CSOs are already able to use this freely available tools. Most of them still think that to use OSM requires the IT knowledge and high IT skill. Whereas OSM can be used to support their works such as to create distribution map of cases that they handle. Based on the above background, on…

OpenStreetMap Basic Training for Civil Society Organization

Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) Indonesia got a chance again to give training onOpenStreetMap. In this opportunity, HOT cooperate with  United Nation Office for the Coordination Human Affairs (UNOCHA) to held OpenStreetMap Basic Training for Civil Society Organization. There were various civil society organization invited as participants in this training. These organizations are American Red Cross, Oxfam, USAID, Qatar Charity for Indonesia, Dompet Dhuafa, Indonesia Compact Global Network, Persatuan Penyandang Disabilitas Sleman, Wanadri, etc. Participants looked serious to follow the training This training aims to give basic knowledge on using OpenStreetMap as Spatial Data Collection tools which is related to participant’s daily…

Workshop of Establishment of Point of Interest for Flood-Prone Areas Communities in Pluit Village, Jakarta

Establishment of flood POI  (Point of Interest) project at Pluit Village which has been initiated by UNESCO and supported by Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) still continued. After Establishment of POI Training in Pluit Village has been finished, the next activity is Workshop Establishment of POI at Pluit Village. The Establishment of POI Workshop was being held in Pluit Village on November 20th, 2013. This event invited all related sector, training participants or government representatives such as RW, Pluit Village, Sub-District and Students from SMK N 56 Pluit. The main purpose of this workshop is to present the result from POI training that…

Establishment Point of Interest (POI) Training in Flood Prone Areas Pluit Village, Jakarta

Jakarta is the capital city of Indonesia and also the largest city in Indonesia. It is home to more than 10 million people with a wide range and complex problems that plagued the city. One issue that always plagued Jakarta is flood. The last flood hits Jakarta occurred in January 2013, where nearly 50% percent of the population affected by the flood and resulted in 12 deaths. It is calculated that the loss is up to 20 trillion rupiah. One of the flood prone areas  in Jakarta is Pluit village. Pluit village is located approximately 1.5 meters below sea level.…

OpenStreetMap Discussion at Knowledge House, SatuDunia

On Wednesday, October 2nd, 2013, Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) was invited as a speaker on 2nd Knowledge House Discussion, held by SatuDunia. The event was located in SatuDunia office in Tebet, South Jakarta. The goal is to introduce OpenStreetMap (OSM) and its potential application on organizations work. The event was scheduled to start at 10am, yet the participants already arrived starting from 9.30am therefore a small informal discussion in started. Not long after that, more than 10 participants from various institutions such as National Commission on Violence against Women, Dompet Dhuafa, The Indonesian Coral Reef Foundation and Erotics Indonesia were…