ToroDev staff and some members of the advocacy forum groups from Kakabara, Butiiti, Bufunjo and Harugongo sub counties have undergone a 3 days training in Geocoding from 16th -18th June, 2016 at ToroDev resource centre in Fort Portal.
The training was done in partnership with AID DATA and conducted by Evan Woods a research assistant. It aimed at achieving the following objectives; planning on the use of resources and time & better planning in implementing projects in future. The training will also help to direct how, where and time to allocate resources.
|Evan Woods Showing Participants how QGIS works|
‘’As ToroDev we need data to focus our planning, sharing the data with leaders in our engagements to plan appropriately in resource allocation’’, said Johnstone Baguma, the executive director ToroDev during a brief communication to participants before the start of the training.
‘’Our partnership is on how we collect, process & disseminate data/information on line with visual representations on maps to represent what we have been doing as an organization. Our engagements will be now well organized on the map of Uganda for anyone who want to know what projects ToroDev as an organization has been involved in her quest for better planning, accountability and improved service delivery in the Rwenzori sub region and Uganda as a whole’’, said David Kugonza a trainee and ToroDev’s Documentation and Communications officer.
Participants busy trying to follow instructions as Evan Woods, the trainer guides them
We are grateful to AID DATA, SPIDER, SIDA, ICT4DEM, NED and all other development partners we work with for the support.