GIS Mapping of community Micro-projects
Participatory Impact Monitoring
GIS Mapping of community Micro-projects
Participatory Impact Monitoring
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Training
ERMIS Africa is a regional training, research and development organization with bases in Eastern, Central and Western Africa. Our Africa offices are located in Kenya (Nairobi), Rwanda (Kigali) and Sierra Leone (Free Town). Through these offices, we provide regional capacity development services on strategic and operational capacities in diverse disciplines of sustainable development. Our capacity development span 20 years of regional presence and service provision and they include:

The following competence areas are offered in Geo-Informatics,Draftsman and ICT studies
1. Information communication Technologies
2. Geo-informatics Information Technologies

Business Management and Development Studies provides
1.  the following coursescompetence areas

Environmental Management Studies provides
1.  the following competence areas

Governance and Leadership studies
Joint University Mentorship Programme
The JUMP Programme is aimed at grooming the careers of young professional aspirants (such as students on attachment and seeking internship) from universities from all over the world. This is an interactive and rigorous and destiny shaping mentoring programmes aimed to accelerate the equipping university students and graduates with emerging skills, experience and etiquettes that they require for entry into read more . . .
Conflict Management and Peace Building

Conflict is a normal process in human development, conflict if managed can lead to growth; however the experience in communities is that conflict has not been managed and has led to violence. In this section we shall explore how. Conflict can be a resource to the development process.Undertaking development and agreeing on process and procedures can raise tension and heighten the division already existing. Introducing external assistance like financial and material resources into any are usually leads to competition and division in communities and there is need to consider the effects of the project on the existing relationship between groups in the project area.

In order for Development process to be conflict sensitive there is need to look at how conflict affects the situation, projects, the teams and the organization as a whole. The following tools can help in raising awareness to the issues that teams require to be conscious of and design strategic response to conflicts.

  • Training Outline
  • Resource Content
  • Project Area
  • Training Programme
    -   Basic Entrepreneurship and Value Chain Mechanism
    -   Participatory Integrated Community Development
    -   Participatory Impact Monitoring
    -   County Steering Group
  • About the Participants
  • Photo gallery for Western Kenya Community Driven Development and Flood Mitigation