Humanitarian OSM Team/Haiti Strategy And Proposal/Follow Up Mission 3

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Scope

  • Stabilize the HOT OSM kit/package in an Haitian instance of the HOT SDI: the OSM platform articulated to geodata management solutions in place in Haiti (UN clusters & CNIGS/DPS/DINEPA)
    • Issue a new version of the Humanitarian Data Model (HDM) & questionnaires & presets
    • Issue a new version of the HOT Humanitarian Field Guide series:
      • surveying,
      • editing with JOSM (presets and tagging)
      • using OSM in QGIS-postgres-postgis
      • using OSM in Mapnik
      • managing data imports with SAFE
  • Populate OSM with baselines and humanitarian data
  • Grow rapid mapping capacities in CNIGS (& in UN Clusters) using the HOT SDI (OSGeo stack set up for humanitarian mapping with OSM as a data feeder)
  • Consolidate/ stabilize capacities in PAP, Jacmel & Leogane into functional local nodes of OSM Haiti.
    • autonomous in surveying and editing with OSM techniques; autonomy in GIS & mapping on OSM + OSGeo stack is a plus.
    • animated by internationals, nationals and civil society (Forum Communautaire of Cite Soleil & INURED)
    • furnished with an OSM kit (GPS units, workstation and printers) accessible to OSM Haiti mappers in a secured office space with internet access
    • active pursuing the surveying work initiated during the mission based on the model IOM-lead base line surveys in Cite Soleil
    • raised to autonomy
  • From the PAP, Jacmel and Leogane, reach out to
    • North (Gonaive and Cap Haitien),
    • Centre (Petit and Grand Goave, Gressie from Leogane)
    • South West (Les Cayes, Jeremie)

Plan

Port Au Prince

  • 4/5 days
  • Set up HOT SDI at cluster head levels
  • Coordinate HOT 3 field trips in country
  • Training
    • Audience
      • UN in LogBase
      • Dev projects (WINNER, DAI) & their partners
      • CNIGS
      • Community mappers (Cite Soleil, INURED and Ushaidi Haiti)
    • Focus
      • internationals overview
      • Drivers
      • grow CNIGS capacities in rapid mapping leveraging on camp mapping (IOM) using OSM + QGIS (HOT SDI)
      • grow multi cluster surveying capacities leveraging from experience of IOM CNIGS and Community mappers (Cite Soleil) in Cite Soleil and Tabarre *** constitute the team from CNIGS and Community mappers to support the HOT 3 field trips in country

Jacmel

  • consolidate the "advanced" capacities built up in mission 2 which span surveying - editing - and using OSM data into a map production environment ESRI/ QGIS set up for 2 main paradigms: (i) disaster response (eg the main cluster system data pipelines and products with an involvement of both DPC and DINEPA), and (ii) environmental studies (UNDP & MDE)
  • consolidate "basic" capacities (surveying & editing) amongst trainees from mission 2 with the objective reach out to others.

Les Cayes and Jeremie

  • ideal goal: grow self sustainable OSM capacities in those 2 hubs with a nucleus of "advanced" OSM users, minimally equipped, with a office space with internet access.
  • Depending on time distance and road practicability, existing IM/GIS capacities, IT equipment, Internet access, availability of accessible humanitarian hubs, two scenari:
    • Gather the more IT/GIS literate persons from Les Cayes and Jeremie in Jacmel and count on a training of trainees scheme to get OSM started in Jeremie and Les Cayesonce back in their base. "Advanced" OSMers from Jacmel as co-facilitators (experience and networking).
    • Gather the more IT/GIS literate persons from Les Cayes and Jeremie in Les Cayes; "Advanced" OSMers from Jacmel as co-facilitators (experience and networking).

Leogane

  • Consolidate "basic" capacities (surveying & editing) with the objective to outreach to actors we do not touch yet.
  • Focus on SASH so that they can support an OSM community Leogane.
  • Expertise will span surveying - editing - and using ready to use cartographic products (WP and OSMatics)
  • Focus : (i) disaster response (eg the main cluster system data pipelines and products with an involvement of both DPC and DINEPA)

Petit Goave, Grand Goave et Gressey

  • ideal goal: grow self sustainable OSM capacities in those 2 hubs with a nucleus of "advanced" OSM users, minimally equipped, with a office space with internet access.
  • depending on existing IM/GIS capacities, IT equipment, Internet access, availability of accessible humanitarian hubs, two scenari:
    • day/ half day trips from Leogane to those areas
    • gather the more IT/GIS litterate persons in Leogane

Gonaive

  • Consolidate "basic" capacities (surveying & editing)
  • Focus on individual/ group of "advanced" OSMers who can support an OSM community in the North.
  • Expertise will span surveying - editing - and using ready to use cartographic products (WP and OSMatics)
  • Focus : (i) disaster response (eg the main cluster system data pipelines and products with an involvement of both DPC and DINEPA)
  • Reach out to Cap Haitien directly of gather in Gonaive most IT/GIS litterate persons
  • inputs for planning:
    • time distance from PAP to reach Gonaives and from Gonaive to reach Cap Haitien.
    • Capacities: IM/GIS staffs, IT equipment & internet access at humanitarian hubs

Preparation work

Communication & Outreach

Communication

Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team Blog

Outreach

  • UNOSAT-WB_JRC Damage Assessment
    • Fbk and joint elaboration of first piece put up by Nicolas; search slideshare with nicolas chavent
  • WB Risk Assessment - "Mapping the Haiti Earthquake: Open Geospatial Data and Transnational Social Collaboration"-

HOT SDI

  • HDM
  • Presets
  • Questionnaires
  • Guides
    • Surveys (GPS + WP)
    • Guide to tagging
    • Use in QGIS
    • Use in Web

Data imports

  • Waiting on Custodians to stabilize base layers and data models

Budget status

  • Spending from mission 2 suggests that we will remain within WB envelop + $1,200 from mission 1 leftover: with likely $1,000 as overall leftover at the completion of the trip (saving on lodging + non consumption of $500 emergency cash)
  • no money available for any additional hardware purchase

Hardware

Purchase WB Budget

  • 2 kit of 2 GPS units in replacement of 2 ill functioning units and 2 units sold to NGO NCV.
    • content: etrex legend hcx, sd card, case, 8 chargeable batteries, one battery charger, one vehicle cable
    • price (based on Amazon + shipping fees): $465
  • ink NEEDED!
    • 2 "Canon PGI-220 Ink Tank (Black)"
    • 2 "Canon CLI-221 4-Color Value Pack (Black/Cyan/Magenta/Yellow)

Purchase outside of WB budget

  • on-going fundraising
  • on-going needs analysis
  • target: 2 HOT hardware kits
  • benchmark OSM hardware kit
    • content: 1 pelican case, kit of 4 GPS units & 4 Data Loggers, 1 laptop, 1 all in one A4 printer, and misc; see dertails in google docs
    • price: $4,500 (based on purchase experience from HOT Mission 1)

Logistics & planning & communication for field trips: Jacmel (Les Cayes/ Jeremie), Leogane (Petit, Grand Goave, Gressey). Gonaive (CapHaitien)

  • communication: initiated, to be followed up (NC)
  • planning: initiated, follow-up (NC)
  • logistics:
    • WFP: initiated, follow-up (NC)

Travel

  • Arriving: 14-June:
    • KC: 3:50 PM - flight American Airlines
    • NC: 5:15 PM - flight AF3958.
  • Departing: 29-June
    • KC
    • NC: 11:10 AM - flight AF3959

Visa

  • No visa for US citizens

Insurance

  • HMT to be purchased (KC)

Health

  • Innoculations
    • KC done
  • Pharmacy (NC)
    • anti-malaria is savarine (chloroquine + proguanil) - done
    • multipurpose anitbiotic: augmentin (amoxicilline)
    • anti diarrhea:
      • stopper: Arestal 1mg
      • long term curative: Smecta
    • fever & pain killer: Doliprane 1g
    • HandCleaning gel
    • Bandages
    • Insect repelant - done
    • Cisors

Lodging

  • To be confirmed (NC)

Packing list

I'll detail up this list; this is the core-

  • Backpack (70/80l) if we have to move-
  • Camping gears:
    • NC to get status & availability of camping gears left at LogBase: NOT HEARD BACK 7-May.
    • NC old tent
    • NC old pad
  • lock for closing tent in PAP Camp Charlie or in the field
  • sleeping bag
  • sheets
  • torch
  • gourd/ plastic water bottle
  • Field Safe Meal package:
  • flip flap (sandals - better)/ boots/ rubber boots
  • goretex or rain-proof clothes (adapted to hot & humid weather)
  • computer backpack (large enough to contain 15" laptop + 4 gps + chargers)
  • small water proof bag for precious personal items
  • clothes: one ok (just ok, nothing suit) set of clothes (for meeting with Haitian high officials), the rest casual & almost ready to be trashed