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Correct identification of species and standardized monitoring programmes would facilitate the application of management measures in areas where those negative interactions continue to occur.   (...) He has been involved in several national and international projects dealing with elasmobranchs biology, taxonomy and fisheries interactions with the aim of producing comprehensive data to promote conservation. (...) He has experience in artisanal and trawl fisheries bycatch identification and monitoring. He has extensive knowledge in data management, GIS mapping, community analyses and multi-parametric ecological indicators.
Language:English
Score: 791996.44 - https://www.fao.org/gfcm/news/detail/ar/c/1468852/
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Correct identification of species and standardized monitoring programmes would facilitate the application of management measures in areas where those negative interactions continue to occur.   (...) He has been involved in several national and international projects dealing with elasmobranchs biology, taxonomy and fisheries interactions with the aim of producing comprehensive data to promote conservation. (...) He has experience in artisanal and trawl fisheries bycatch identification and monitoring. He has extensive knowledge in data management, GIS mapping, community analyses and multi-parametric ecological indicators.
Language:English
Score: 791996.44 - https://www.fao.org/gfcm/news/detail/en/c/1468852/
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Correct identification of species and standardized monitoring programmes would facilitate the application of management measures in areas where those negative interactions continue to occur.   (...) He has been involved in several national and international projects dealing with elasmobranchs biology, taxonomy and fisheries interactions with the aim of producing comprehensive data to promote conservation. (...) He has experience in artisanal and trawl fisheries bycatch identification and monitoring. He has extensive knowledge in data management, GIS mapping, community analyses and multi-parametric ecological indicators.
Language:English
Score: 791996.44 - https://www.fao.org/gfcm/news/detail/ru/c/1468852/
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Pangani FM hosts workshop on monitoring and techniques, Tanzania :: Empowering local radio with ICTs Skip to main content Empowering local radio with ICTs Main menu Home About Impacts Highlights Where Get involved Pangani FM hosts workshop on monitoring and techniques, Tanzania Submitted by unesco on 28/03/2014 Language English 19/03 Themes:  ICT Internet Mobile Programming Radio format Gender equality Agriculture Health Issues of local public concern Radio monitoring Editorial work Interaction Broadcasting Journalism Networking Project outcomes:  Journalism training ICT training Correspondents’ network Pangani FM local radio in Tanga, Tanzania, hosted an ICT workshop for 18 participants from nine different local radio stations, on the 17 th to the 19 th of March 2014. (...) Through hands-on experience, group work and practical assignments, the participants explored new techniques and skills by using different tools and ideas for monitoring and evaluation. One of the outcomes of the workshop were different working schedules with the participants’ suggestions on how to monitor and promote the use of ICTs to simplify the data gathering in a best possible way. (...) The participants had the opportunity to share and exchange experiences and skills for monitoring, evaluation approaches and techniques during this workshop and gained insights on how to track listenership.
Language:English
Score: 790903.5 - https://en.unesco.org/radioict...echniques-local-radio-stations
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Pangani FM hosts workshop on monitoring and techniques, Tanzania :: Empowering local radio with ICTs Skip to main content Empowering local radio with ICTs Main menu Home About Impacts Highlights Where Get involved Pangani FM hosts workshop on monitoring and techniques, Tanzania Submitted by unesco on 28/03/2014 Language English 19/03 Themes:  ICT Internet Mobile Programming Radio format Gender equality Agriculture Health Issues of local public concern Radio monitoring Editorial work Interaction Broadcasting Journalism Networking Project outcomes:  Journalism training ICT training Correspondents’ network Pangani FM local radio in Tanga, Tanzania, hosted an ICT workshop for 18 participants from nine different local radio stations, on the 17 th to the 19 th of March 2014. (...) Through hands-on experience, group work and practical assignments, the participants explored new techniques and skills by using different tools and ideas for monitoring and evaluation. One of the outcomes of the workshop were different working schedules with the participants’ suggestions on how to monitor and promote the use of ICTs to simplify the data gathering in a best possible way. (...) The participants had the opportunity to share and exchange experiences and skills for monitoring, evaluation approaches and techniques during this workshop and gained insights on how to track listenership.
Language:English
Score: 790903.5 - https://en.unesco.org/radioict/node/2867
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Workshop on Monitoring and Evaluation of radio programmes, Tanzania :: Empowering local radio with ICTs Skip to main content Empowering local radio with ICTs Main menu Home About Impacts Highlights Where Get involved Workshop on Monitoring and Evaluation of radio programmes, Tanzania Submitted by unesco on 17/01/2014 Language English 10/12 Themes:  Correspondents ICT Internet Mobile Programming Radio format Gender equality Issues of local public concern Radio monitoring Editorial work Interaction Broadcasting Journalism Networking Project outcomes:  Journalism training ICT training Correspondents’ network On 10 December, 2013, twenty-one participants representing nine community radios in Tanzania (Sengerema, FADECO, Orkonorei FM, Kahama, Pangani FM, Kyela, Pambazuko, Mtegani and Micheweni) joined to assess the progress towards using ICTs to support and strengthen local radio broadcasting. (...) Radios:  Sengerema Radio FADECO Radio Orkonorei Kahama FM Pangani FM Kyela FM Pambazuko Mtegani FM Micheweni Radio Slides:  Monitoring and Evaluation workshop in Tanzania Monitoring and Evaluation workshop in Tanzania Monitoring and Evaluation workshop in Tanzania Equipped with background knowledge on the status of monitoring and evaluation in local radios, participants also recommended the development of job descriptions for monitoring focal points. They also discussed and developed monitoring tools and modalities to standardize data entry and simplify practical analysis.
Language:English
Score: 790346.97 - https://en.unesco.org/radioict...tion-radio-programmes-tanzania
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Workshop on Monitoring and Evaluation of radio programmes, Tanzania :: Empowering local radio with ICTs Skip to main content Empowering local radio with ICTs Main menu Home About Impacts Highlights Where Get involved Workshop on Monitoring and Evaluation of radio programmes, Tanzania Submitted by unesco on 17/01/2014 Language English 10/12 Themes:  Correspondents ICT Internet Mobile Programming Radio format Gender equality Issues of local public concern Radio monitoring Editorial work Interaction Broadcasting Journalism Networking Project outcomes:  Journalism training ICT training Correspondents’ network On 10 December, 2013, twenty-one participants representing nine community radios in Tanzania (Sengerema, FADECO, Orkonorei FM, Kahama, Pangani FM, Kyela, Pambazuko, Mtegani and Micheweni) joined to assess the progress towards using ICTs to support and strengthen local radio broadcasting. (...) Radios:  Sengerema Radio FADECO Radio Orkonorei Kahama FM Pangani FM Kyela FM Pambazuko Mtegani FM Micheweni Radio Slides:  Monitoring and Evaluation workshop in Tanzania Monitoring and Evaluation workshop in Tanzania Monitoring and Evaluation workshop in Tanzania Equipped with background knowledge on the status of monitoring and evaluation in local radios, participants also recommended the development of job descriptions for monitoring focal points. They also discussed and developed monitoring tools and modalities to standardize data entry and simplify practical analysis.
Language:English
Score: 790346.97 - https://en.unesco.org/radioict/node/2737
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Workshop on ICTs, journalism and corresponding in Cape Town, South Africa :: Empowering local radio with ICTs Skip to main content Empowering local radio with ICTs Main menu Home About Impacts Highlights Where Get involved Workshop on ICTs, journalism and corresponding in Cape Town, South Africa Submitted by unesco on 25/04/2014 Language English 14/03 Themes:  Correspondents ICT Internet Mobile Programming Radio format Gender equality Agriculture Health Issues of local public concern Radio monitoring Editorial work Interaction Broadcasting Journalism Networking Project outcomes:  Journalism training ICT training Correspondents’ network A five day workshop on the use of ICTs to report issues of local concern was held in Cape Town, South Africa, from 10 to 14 of March 2014.  (...) The third session mostly focused on monitoring and feedback by using ICT tools and social media, which led to the fourth session that had a practical training in managing the contacts of the station. (...) Overall, the radio staff had the opportunity to interact and share network contacts with one another, which would provide a sustainable networking between them after the end of the workshop.
Language:English
Score: 790212.35 - https://en.unesco.org/radioict...ponding-cape-town-south-africa
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Workshop on ICTs, journalism and corresponding in Cape Town, South Africa :: Empowering local radio with ICTs Skip to main content Empowering local radio with ICTs Main menu Home About Impacts Highlights Where Get involved Workshop on ICTs, journalism and corresponding in Cape Town, South Africa Submitted by unesco on 25/04/2014 Language English 14/03 Themes:  Correspondents ICT Internet Mobile Programming Radio format Gender equality Agriculture Health Issues of local public concern Radio monitoring Editorial work Interaction Broadcasting Journalism Networking Project outcomes:  Journalism training ICT training Correspondents’ network A five day workshop on the use of ICTs to report issues of local concern was held in Cape Town, South Africa, from 10 to 14 of March 2014.  (...) The third session mostly focused on monitoring and feedback by using ICT tools and social media, which led to the fourth session that had a practical training in managing the contacts of the station. (...) Overall, the radio staff had the opportunity to interact and share network contacts with one another, which would provide a sustainable networking between them after the end of the workshop.
Language:English
Score: 790212.35 - https://en.unesco.org/radioict/node/2939
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Score: 790011.13 - https://www.unescwa.org/events...g-regional-integration-morocco
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