NGOs are increasingly using GIS for planning, monitoring, evaluating, and communicating the impact of your work. We can help you maximize resources and show your donors how their investments are being put to use.

While it’s commonly used to create maps for reports, the real power of GIS lies in its ability to model and analyze information to enhance planning and decision making, present a clear visualization of the impact of your work, and help you make course corrections when necessary. From rapid deployments in crises and complex emergencies to development projects, GIS can help you make informed decisions.

Do you need maps or infographics for reports, an interactive Web map to improve team collaboration, or more complex analyses to help you plan or measure the impact of your programs? What about GPS, smart phones, and tablets? Let us get you up to speed on the latest in mobile GIS technologies that your field staff can use to collect vital information about your beneficiaries and working environments. Ready to see how harnessing the power of “where” can better help support and strengthen the impact of your work? Get in touch and we’ll get you mapping!

Our Humanitarian-related services include:

  • GIS Program Development and Implementation Planning
  • Mapping and Spatial Analysis
  • Land Use Classification and Feature Extraction
  • Mobile and Online Web Mapping Resources
  • Infrastructure Asset Management
  • Personalized Training and On-call GIS
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Grant Herbert, GISP

Director of Technology

(206) 556-2024

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  • International Water and Sanitation Program Support

    Client: Mercy Corps

  • Field Security Mapping Application

    Client: Mercy Corps

  • GIS Program Development

    Client: Columbia Land Trust

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