The UNU Institute for Natural Resources in Africa (UNU-INRA) is organising a one-week intensive course on geospatial technologies for professionals in the natural resources management sector across Africa. The training will take place from 13–17 March 2017.
The course seeks to create awareness and develop capacity in the application of geographic information systems and remote sensing tools for research and decision-making in natural resources management in Africa. It will equip participants with concepts, functional skills, methods, and techniques required for prescribing location-specific solutions in addressing resources management challenges facing Africa today.
The application deadline is 8 March 2017.
For more information, including how to apply for the training, visit the announcement page on the UNU-INRA website.