First Net-Map training in Nairobi, Kenya (May 21-23)



The Fairview Hotel in Nairobi, where the training will be held

It started with a simple request many months ago: Kentice Tikolo of the Kenya based strategy communications firm Impact Africa asked me: What do I need to do to learn Net-Map? Many conversations and a lot of planning sessions later the question has become a much bigger one and so has the answer. So, the question now is: How can I bring Net-Map to Kenya and create an opportuntity for myself and others in the region to learn it? And the answer is our first Net-Map training in Nairobi. My colleague Amit Nag will travel to Kenya to teach this three day course (May 21-23) that includes the methodological background, hands-on pen-and-paper facilitation practice and an introduction in how to computerize the maps and get started with more quantitative analysis.

The training is open to anyone who is interested and a few open spots are still remaining. The cost is 875 US$ per person. And for sign up or request more information, please contact Kentice directly at

2 Responses

  1. How can you help train researchers or an institution that works with water and related issues, on Net-Map in Accra, Ghana, West Africa. I believe a training workshop would be of great help to CSIR Water Research Institute. Can you also consider your rate for a group.

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