Tag: Training

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…

Building Disaster Resilience for Disabled Communities, HOT ID Collaborates with Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund (ASB)

Carrying the mission to enhance the capacities of disabled communities in disaster management and humanitarian response, HOT ID works with  Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund (ASB) to conduct a training “Standard and Mechanism for Inclusive Humanitarian Action and Field Mapping Using OpenStreetMap”. HOT ID serves its function as an organization that can facilitate spatial data using open source principles for humanitarian response and economic development. Mapping with OpenStreetMap can leverage the roles of disabled communities in charting hazard risks in their surrounding area. The event hosted 22 participants from 8 provinces, who previously had undergone contingency planning training with ASB. The first training was…

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…

Making Disaster Risk Assessment Using QGIS and InaSAFE to Reduce Impact of Disaster in North Toraja, South Sulawesi

Indonesian geographical positions caused our country is very closely related to the issue of disaster. Floods, landslides, volcanoes, and tsunamis are disasters that are very much occurred in our country. The impact is so massive, such as material loss or even human’s death. Therefore, we need a specific study about a disaster that can help us to reduce the impact caused by a disaster itself. Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) Indonesia in collaboration with Church World Service (CWS) Indonesia conduct a training activity in order to make a “Disaster Risk Assessment in the District of North Toraja, South Sulawesi”. This training…

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…

Competition Award Presentation and OSM Training in Balikpapan

After successfully held OSM Mapping Competition in Samarinda last June,  Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) Indonesia and Wikimedia Indonesia finally have 2 winners from this competition. At October 1st 2015,  award and closing ceremony of OSM Mapping Competition in Samarinda was held at Ibis Hotel, Balikpapan. Balikpapan? Yup, Balikpapan was selected as location for this activitiy because after the award and closing ceremony, it would be followed with Digital Mapping using OSM Training in Balikpapan. As a follow-up of previous OSM Training in Samarinda, Balikpapan was selected as next city where Digital Mapping using OSM Training in East Kalimantan which will be held…

Risk Assessment Workshop in TTU, East Nusa Tenggara

On May 11th-15th 2015, Humanitarian OpenStreetMap, RNV and CDSP held disaster risk assessment workshop and training in Kefamenanu, TTU (Timur Tengah Utara), East Nusa Tenggara. This workshop and training divided by 2 part, first part is workshop and training for disaster risk assessment and the second part is about using QGIS for disaster risk assessment. This activity is part of creating disaster risk assessment document for district TTU. Specifically, this training aim to give knowledge and skills about disaster risk assessment, exposure mapping and also using QGIS and InaSAFE for disaster risk assessment. It can give participant the whole process…

OpenStreetMap Training in Riau University

After pending for while, OpenStreetMap Training in Riau University (UNRI) finally held. This training is part of Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) Indonesia project called University Roadshow and  this training is sequel from previous QGIS Training in July 2014. The purpose of this OSM Training is to establish community in Riau especially in Pekanbaru and know more about OpenStreetMap and can help Local Disaster Management Agency (BPBD) in each participants area as a data collector or data analyst.  This training held for 3 days start from February 10 until February 12 2015 and located at Engineering Building Centre, Riau University. Even though this is a sequel from…

OpenStreetMap Training in Samarinda, East Kalimantan

After  doing socialization in February 26 and February 27 2015 at STMIK SPB Airlangga, The First OpenStreetMap (OSM) Training in Borneo Island finally held. Taking place at  Amaris Hotel, Samarinda , this training involves 3 colleges/universities in Samarinda. They are Mulawarman University, State Polytechnic of Samarinda and STMIK SPB Airlangga. This training is a part of  Mapping and Transparency Project in Kalimantan between  Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) Indonesia with Wikimedia Indonesia (WMID) and funded by Making All Voices Count (MAVC). For more details about this project plese visit here. This OSM Training was conducted together with Wikipedia Writing Article Training. This training was held for 3 days from February…