Developed WebGIS solutions and Atlases
Sudan Capacity Development in Geoinformation Management (WebGIS and Sudan Map Shop)
In early 2002, CDE began providing updated demarcation and geo-hydrological maps of the Nuba Mountains. In 2004, they followed this with provision of comprehensive geospatial databases and thematic maps to support peace missions undertaken by the international community in Darfur, Abyei, and Southern Sudan. As part of the project, a map shop and a web-based GIS tool were developed. More than 150,000 people have obtained information from the “Sudan Map Download Site” so far. Reports, hardcopy maps, digital map files, and individually compiled desktop maps are available.
This spatial database is based on Lao PDR’s 1999 population and housing census. It includes community-level data and statistics, providing a very detailed picture of countrywide spatial patterns in terms of population, education, and living conditions.
CDE provides GIS backstopping to the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) in the Songwe Transboundary River Basin (Tanzania–Malawi). The atlas contains thematic maps with explanatory texts.
CDE accepted a mandate from the World Bank to generate a spatial database on land degradation and to train Tajik counterparts in geo-information services. The data will be made available through a web-based tool.
This database, covering the Pamir and the Alai mountains, was designed during the Pamir Strategy Project (2002–2003).
Waldportal Kanton Luzern
CDE is providing Spatial Application Development Backstopping to the Department of Geoinformation und Surveying, Canton Lucerne (geo). Since 2008, CDE has provided support to geo, particularly in the design and development of web-based GIS tools.
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