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Mapping for Results Initiative
Mapping for Results Initiative
Mapping for Results Initiative
Mapping for Results Initiative
Mapping for Results Initiative
Mapping for Results Initiative
Mapping for Results Initiative
Mapping for Results Initiative
Mapping for Results Initiative
Mapping for Results Initiative
Mapping for Results Initiative
Mapping for Results Initiative
Mapping for Results Initiative
Mapping for Results Initiative
Mapping for Results Initiative
Mapping for Results Initiative
Mapping for Results Initiative
Mapping for Results Initiative
Mapping for Results Initiative
Mapping for Results Initiative
Mapping for Results Initiative
Mapping for Results Initiative
Mapping for Results Initiative
Mapping for Results Initiative
Mapping for Results Initiative
Mapping for Results Initiative
Mapping for Results Initiative
Mapping for Results Initiative
Mapping for Results Initiative
Mapping for Results Initiative
Mapping for Results Initiative
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  • 1. Soren Gigler, World Bank Institute, Measure GIS Working Group April 27, 2011 bgigler@worldbank.org
  • 2. Potential Game Changing Opportunities for M &E  Geo-coding  Mobiles  Social Media  Real Time Data
  • 3. Leveraging Innovation for Enhanced Results orientation Transparency : Access to Information and Open DataResults data: Technology:available for geo-coding,the first time visualizations Mapping for Results
  • 4. Key Principles of Mapping for Results Results • Visualize location of projects • Location data for 1,250 projects Openness and 16,000 project activities available by April 2011 • Strengthen country dialogueAccountability and civic engagement
  • 5. Mapping for Results … Information available, but not easy to visualize Geo-coding: makes project data more accessible Visualize projectlocations and MDGs at country level www.maps.worldbank.org
  • 6. WBI in Action  Mapping for Results + Beneficiary FeedbackBolivia: Poverty Haiti: Beneficiaryconcentration & geo- feedback on geo-mappedmapping aid projects reconstruction projects New Teacher School Being Arriving Built
  • 7. Disaster Relief Has Changed
  • 8. Community-Empowered Mapping
  • 9. Greater Transparency in WBG Projects www.maps.worldbank.org
  • 10. Mapping for Results: All of IDA
  • 11. Project Locations in the LCR Region
  • 12. Project Locations by Poverty in Kenya
  • 13. DRC: Project Locations by Infant Mortality
  • 14. DRC: Project Activities by Sector
  • 15. Ghana- Project Overview
  • 16. Ghana: E-Ghana
  • 17. DRC: Health Rehabilitation Project
  • 18. Nigeria: Health Sector Projects
  • 19. Nigeria: Rural Access and Mobility Project
  • 20. Nigeria: Community & Social Development Project
  • 21. Identifying specific project activities
  • 22. And to development outcomes and results
  • 23. Donor Coordination in Mozambique
  • 24. Beneficiary Participation through ICT • Afghanistan: GPS cameras track progress on irrigation infrastructure in remote areas • Kenya: Education Project uses inter-active maps to better target schools to needs • Bolivia: Verifying installation of solar panels in infrastructure project • Cambodia: Monitor rehabilitation of national highway network
  • 25. Monitoring Project ResultsBolivia: Decentralized Infrastructure for Rural Transformation Project Benefits - Target activities to regions with most need - Promote synergies between components (Electrification and Telecomms) - Verify that services were provided - Monitor project results and impact - Transparency and social accountability
  • 26. Enhanced Project Design
  • 27. Cambodia: NationalHighway network through Google Earth
  • 28. Asset verification: Afghanistan roads Images from International Relief and Development, Inc: Human Resources and Logistics Support Program (IRD-HRLS), September 2010
  • 29. Asset verification: EQUIP http://www.advocacynet.org/resource/251 http://www.boston.com/news/world/blog/2009/07/post_9.html
  • 30. Twaweza: Water Point Mapping inTanzania
  • 31. Blood Bank Reporting in Western Keny“The local district hospital in Kilifi never had enough blood fortransfusions,” Eagle said. “So I built a system for the nurses tosend short, daily text messages from mobile phones to thecentralized blood bank to avoid shortages.”Read more: Txteagle takes outsourcing to cell phones | NewMexico Business Weekly
  • 32. Tracking School Performance in the PhilippinesUsing GPS, Mobiles & Google Maps to allow students, teachers & parents todirectly provide feedback on the delivery of social services www.checkmyschool.org

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