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

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Photo Thumbnail Participatory mapping of social landscape values in coastal Zanzibar. Matemwe, Tanzania. M11
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Credit: Nora Fagerholm Tags: urban, rural, orthophotograph, mapping, GIS
Photo Thumbnail Participatory mapping of social landscape values in coastal Zanzibar. Matemwe, Tanzania. M11
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Credit: Nora Fagerholm Tags: urban, rural, orthophotograph, mapping, GIS
Photo Thumbnail Comparing neighbourhood densities with the provision of community services using 0.6 m resolution Quickbird imagery. Obunga informal settlement. Kisumu, Kenya. M11

Credit: Regina Muchai Tags: urban, satellite imagery, planning, evaluation
Photo Thumbnail Eliciting information at a household level using 0.6 m resolution Quickbird imagery. Obunga informal settlement, Kisumu, Kenya. M11
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Credit: Regina Muchai Tags: urban, planning
Photo Thumbnail Ogiek people map their ancestral lands using aerial photos. Nessuit, Kenya. 2005. M11

Credit: Jeroen Verplanke Tags: rural, aerial photographs, indigenous
Photo Thumbnail Ogiek people map their ancestral lands using aerial photos. Nessuit, Kenya. 2005. M11

Credit: Giacomo Rambaldi Tags: rural, aerial photographs, indigenous
Photo Thumbnail Villagers map land-use changes using Landsat images. Kafue, Zambia. 2007. M11

Credit: Zoole Newa Tags: rural, satellite imagery,
Photo Thumbnail Villagers map land-use changes using Landsat images. Kafue, Zambia. 2007. M11

Credit: Zoole Newa Tags: rural, satellite imagery, finger pointing
Photo Thumbnail Ogiek people map their ancestral lands using aerial photos. Nessuit, Kenya. 2005 M11

Credit: Michael McCall, CIGA UNAM Tags: rural, aerial photographs, indigenous
Photo Thumbnail Interaction between people with disabilities and helpers while exchanging views about a shared territory. Bogotá, Colombia. 2009. M11
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Credit: Viviana Díaz Tags: urban, Google Earth, communication, visioning
Photo Thumbnail Ogiek people map their ancestral lands using aerial photos. Nessuit, Kenya. 2005. M11

Credit: Michael McCall, CIGA UNAM Tags: rural, aerial photographs, indigenous
Photo Thumbnail People with disabilities map perceived constraints and opportunities. Bogotá, Colombia. 2009. M11
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Credit: Viviana Díaz Tags: urban, Google Earth, communication, visioning
Photo Thumbnail Participatory aerial photo interpretation: campesinos identify resource degradation. La Huacana, Mexico. 2006. M11
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Credit: Gustavo Ramirez Tags: aerial photographs, interpretation
Photo Thumbnail Participatory aerial photo interpretation: urban NGO shows unsafe locations. Morelia, Mexico. 2005. M11
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Credit: Arturo Garrido Tags: participatory, aerial photographs
Photo Thumbnail Participatory aerial photo interpretation: community representative shows women’s perceptions of urban safety. Morelia, Mexico. 2005. M11
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Credit: Arturo Garrido Tags: rural, aerial photographs
Photo Thumbnail Participatory aerial photo interpretation: community members identify environmental problems. Morelia, Mexico. 2005. M11
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Credit: Michael McCall, CIGA UNAM Tags: participatory, aerial photographs
Photo Thumbnail Elderly men use aerial photos to outline resources. Beqa Island, Fiji Islands. 2005. M06
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Credit: Giacomo Rambaldi Tags: rural, aerial photographs, remote sensing, participatory, mapping
Photo Thumbnail Women use aerial photos to map their environment. Beqa Island, Fiji Islands. 2005. M06
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Credit: Giacomo Rambaldi Tags: rural, aerial photographs, remote sensing, participatory, mapping,
Photo Thumbnail Facilitator digitises data during a participatory photo-mapping exercise. Beqa Island, Fiji. 2005. M06
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Credit: Giacomo Rambaldi Tags: rural, aerial photographs, remote sensing, participatory, mapping,
Photo Thumbnail Village researchers and cartographers work on 1:50,000-scale satellite images using transparent drawing paper. Jayapura, West Papua. 2003. M06
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Credit: Mac Chapin Tags: urban, rural, scale mapping, participatory
Photo Thumbnail Aerial photos used by Ogiek people to discuss land use and occupancy. Nessuit, Kenya. 2005. M06
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Credit: Giacomo Rambaldi Tags: rural, aerial photographs, indigenous
Photo Thumbnail Ogiek elders map their ancestral lands using aerial photographs. Nessuit, Kenya. 2005. M06
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Credit: Albrecht Ehrensperger Tags: rural, aerial photographs, indigenous
Photo Thumbnail Lack of suitable maps, staff of the Catholic Relief Services involved in community-based watershed restoration initiatives has outlined a watershed using GPS waypoints imported into Google Earth. Afghanistan M06
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Credit: David Gandhi Tags: GPS, Google Earth, internet
Photo Thumbnail Children using anaglyphs. San Miguel del Monte, Mexico. M09
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Credit: Michael McCall, CIGA UNAM Tags: technology
Photo Thumbnail Less-favoured youth are trained by Oslo University students in informatics and web design. Nairobi, Kenya. M12
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Credit: George Onyango Tags: youth, training, communication, internet, documentation, urban,
Photo Thumbnail Community researchers take GPS readings in the Crocker Range Park. Sabah, Malaysian Borneo, Malaysia. M06
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Credit: Raymond Sipanis, Global Diversity Foundation Tags: GPS, research, rural
Photo Thumbnail Community researchers take GPS readings in the course of a participatory mapping exercise in the Crocker Range Park in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo, Malaysia. M06
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Credit: A. Murphy, Global Diversity Foundation Tags: GPS, research, rural
Photo Thumbnail Using the mobile GIS with children. Punhuato Michoacán, México. M06
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Credit: Michael McCall, CIGA UNAM Tags: rural, urban, GPS, children
Photo Thumbnail Ejidatarios work with aerial photographs to identify wildlife and hunting areas. La Huacana, Michaoacan, Mexico. M06
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Credit: Michael McCall, CIGA UNAM Tags: rural, aerial photographs,

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