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OneMap Myanmar Open Data Training

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OneMap project works with government, civil society, ethnic groups and communities, to produce, enhance, and share high quality and accuracy data on land and other natural resources.
The open-access, online OneMap spatial data platform democratizes access to multi-sectoral data. It aims to function as an effective basis for transparent and accountable land governance and development planning by government and citizens.
By supporting government and civil society alike, OneMap provides space for multi-stakeholders based production and verification of key datasets, and thereby allows different perspectives on land to be equally represented.

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OneMap Myanmar Open Data Training

  1. 1. OneMap Myanmar Open Data Training Yangon, 27 February 2017 Dr. Joan Bastide Chief Technical Advisor
  2. 2. OneMap Myanmar - Project fact sheet Total duration: 8 Years through multiple phases Start date: August 2015 Funding: Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) to support an initiative of the Government of Myanmar Implementing agencies: Main implementers: University of Berne, Land Core Group Government partners: 25 line agencies Project partners: Myanmar Information Management Unit; SERVIR Mekong; Objective: An open-access spatial data platform on land-related information functions as an effective basis for transparent and accountable land governance and development planning by government and citizens.
  3. 3. What does OneMap project do? OneMap project works with government, civil society, ethnic groups and communities, to produce, enhance, and share high quality and accuracy data on land and other natural resources. The open-access, online OneMap spatial data platform democratizes access to multi-sectoral data. It aims to function as an effective basis for transparent and accountable land governance and development planning by government and citizens. By supporting government and civil society alike, OneMap provides space for multi-stakeholders based production and verification of key datasets, and thereby allows different perspectives on land to be equally represented. OneMap Myanmar in a nutshell
  4. 4. Knowledge products Enhancing data Capacities Strong Ethics PROJECT OUTCOMES Innovation collaborative Tools Key issues, processes, dialogues Strong & inclusive partnerships The quality, accuracy, cross-sectoral integration, public availability and utility of key spatial datasets has improved Capacity for generating, verifying, and analysing information has improved, including the means to ensure participation of local communities and non- government stakeholders in data verification Analysis of inter-sectoral information and knowledge products provides clear evidence for land governance and development planning decisions
  5. 5. What Data? And Where? • Thematic: • Land tenure/ownership/right • Land cover and Land Use • Large scale investments in land • Base maps (roads, rivers, locations, etc) • Population and socioeconomic data • Geographic: • Bago (Taungoo) • Mon • Tanintharyi
  6. 6. OneMap Project Technical Steering Committee OneMap Technical Working Group OneMap Technical Unit State/Region OneMap Institutionalizing OneMap Myanmar Ministries Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation, Livestock and Fishery Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation Ministry of National Planning and Economic Development Ministry of Immigration and Population Ministry of Construction Ministry of Education Ministry of Home Affairs Ministry of Transport and Communications Ministry of Electricity and Energy Ministry of Defense Ministry of Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement City Development Councils High Level Central Committee
  7. 7. MoAIData MoECAF Data MoECAF Data MoIP Data Other Data Platform Defined Framework Onemap Myanmar Internal Data Shared Data Other Ministries Spatially referenced data NLRMCC OMM Technical Unit Technical committee Implementing Institution Internal Data Shared Data Agriculture MoAI Internal Data Shared Data Shared Data Environment MoNREC Internal Data Shared Data Socio- economy MoIP
  8. 8. OneMap and Open Data?
  9. 9. Data sharing in Myanmar? • Globally a positive trend, as shown by government initiatives such as OneMap Myanmar • Proliferation of data related initiatives from civil society, and international organizations, NGOs: • Open Data Myanmar • Open Development Myanmar • Tanintharyi Resource Watch • MIMU… • Strong demand for data, maps, etc from the public and government • However, still many bottlenecks on the road to open data: • No institutional or legal framework • Data quality and availability issues • Laws and regulations obstacles • Some of these bottlenecks will be challenging and take time to overcome • Root causes of these bottlenecks are very different, and call for a context and sector specific approach.
  10. 10. OneMap approach to encouraging data sharing • Policy formulation • Building on national land use policy • Data ownership • Data sharing principles and mechanisms • Data standards, formats, etc. • Hosting and management of data • Roles, responsibilities and relationships of the OneMap Myanmar Steering Committee, Technical working group, and technical unit • Supporting interagency technical units • Awareness raising: • Study tours • Trainings and workshops • Show by concrete examples • Help improve data quality and standards
  11. 11. Data enhancement Data integration Data analysis Online Platform TECHNICAL UNIT (25 Dpt) TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE DPT1 DPT2 DPT3 DPT… Capacity development Strategy - Towards data sharing Enhanced data Technical Support/Data integration/Cross sectoral analysis Open Data on government Online platform Regional Technical Units
  12. 12. Data quality assessment (identify needs and enhancement process) Provide direct support to respective departments to enhance data quality Integrate data with other key national datasets (metadata, place codes, projections) Define data sharing guidelines (user rights, level of access) Publish selected data on OneMap Roadmap towards data sharing
  13. 13. Year 1 Year 8 Standardization Low resolution Pilot areas Whole country High resolution Data Quality enhancement Pilot datasets Comprehensive database Prototype Comprehensive Platform Immediate actions Long term vision Easy integration Publication Multiphase approach
  14. 14. Integrate available knowledge and data Jointly implement actions Learn from experience Use evidences to foster MS dialogue Towards an operational framework for co-production of data and knowledge Work with champions at technical level CSO Gov Research Politics Private Armed groups Using technical backdoor to help building trust and common understanding of problems As relationships improve, address more critical issues
  15. 15. Socio Economic Environmental Household Data Concessions Data Oil Palm - Multistep approach Land use assessment Land use planning for remaining land Impact and quality assessment of investments in the oil palm sector Develop sectoral policies/approach for effective land use, and sustainable oil palm industry Legal and Policy Review Satellite Images Ground Check Concessions Inventory Concession Boundaries Data and Information Define objectives Design questionnaires Supervise surveys Produce report Define Policy, Criteria, and Process Implement Data Collection and Verification. Use participatory mapping Dialogue. Policy Formulation Products and Outputs Quality Assessment Report. Comprehensive Data Platform. Land Concession Database Guidelines Document Maps, Fact Sheets, Policy Briefs, Online Mapping Tool Consensus. Decisions. Involvement of Multi-Stakeholders Working Group Requirements
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  17. 17. OneMap is closely linked to the The National Land Use Policy Parts II and III of the National Land Use Policy (2016): • A single, centralized land data management system must be developed, to help systemically maintain correct and accurate land cover maps, land records and other land information • Maps must be converted in digital format to facilitate sharing, coordination and use by government departments and the public • Coordination between respective government agencies and local representatives must be improved in the drawing of maps • All individuals, communities and organizations must have equal rights to access accurate and complete information • Land tenure rights recognized by the communities must be integrated • Consultation and participation must be integrated of land use mapping methods
  18. 18. THANK YOU

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