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Understanding ‘where’ things happen can help us to understand ‘why’ things happen. To understand where, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) are robust tools. In order to build the capacity of professionals in the Bangladesh of the use of GIS and geo-spatial tools, a five day non-degreed workshop training course title ‘Workshop on Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Applications started from 23 June to 27 June 2013  in Public Health’ held at ICDDR,B, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

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Understanding ‘where’ things happen can help us to understand ‘why’ things happen. To understand where, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) are robust tools. In order to build the capacity of professionals in the Bangladesh of the use of GIS and geo-spatial tools, a five day non-degreed workshop training course title ‘Workshop on Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Applications started from 23 June to 27 June 2013  in Public Health’ held at ICDDR,B, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

From Eminence, Md. Zahirul Hoque, Associate Coordinator of MIS has participated in this workshop and gained hands-on experience in using GIS software through practical exercises and working in small groups throughout the workshop.

This workshop has organized by MEASURE Evaluation, University of North Carolina in collaboration with TRAction, targeting mid-level health and population officers, M&E officers, program managers, database managers, MIS officers and other professionals involved with the implementation of population, health, and nutrition programs.

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