Training Kit on Participatory Spatial Information Management and Communication. CTA/IFAD

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Photo Thumbnail Senator Loren Legarda, a presidential contender, participates in map making. Negros, Philippines. M05
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Credit: Fernando Ramirez Tags: urban, rural, P3DM, communication, advocacy
Photo Thumbnail Students visit a slash-and-burn parcel. Kalimantan, Indonesia. M05
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Credit: Stewart Brown Tags: rural, slash and burn, awareness, education
Photo Thumbnail Local villagers plant rubber seedlings. Kalimantan, Indonesia. M05

Credit: Stewart Brown Tags: enabling environments
Photo Thumbnail Local villagers plant rubber seedlings. Kalimantan, Indonesia. M05

Credit: Stewart Brown Tags: enabling environments
Photo Thumbnail Workshop participants split into groups while conducting a SWOT analysis. Windhoek, Namibia. 2008. M05
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Credit: Giacomo Rambaldi Tags: SWOT, training, exercises
Photo Thumbnail Trained masons improve the exterior of a government building after an earthquake. Shimla, India. M05

Credit: Aayush Goel Tags: enabling environments
Photo Thumbnail Farmers fight against time to complete stone-bonding work on their fields before winter. SareAhangaran village, Bamyan Province, Afghanistan. M05
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Credit: David Gandhi Tags: rural
Photo Thumbnail A group of farmers map at night. Desa Mekar Sari, West Kalimantan, Indonesia. M05
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Credit: Marc Adam Tags: rural, sketch mapping
Photo Thumbnail At a community meeting, the village headman uses symbols to mark the location of threats and conflicts on a map of Nsumbu National Park. Chomba, Zambia. M05
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Credit: Matt Fossey Tags: rural, sketch mapping, hazard
Photo Thumbnail Informing the community. Bulumuri, Papua New Guinea. M04
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Credit: Matt Fossey Tags: rural,
Photo Thumbnail Angry response. Buludava, Papua New Guinea. M02
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Credit: Matt Fossey Tags: urban, rural, ethics, communication

Source: CTA. 2010. Training Kit on Participatory Spatial Information Management and Communication. CTA, The Netherlands and IFAD, Italy (ISBN: 978-92-9081-446-7)