Organization of Conference & Workshop

UDA Team Zambia

Measuring Household Resilience Project in Zambia

The results of the assessment will help in (a) understanding the degree to which the planned interventions of Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPRC) projects enhance household climate resilience in the communities vulnerable to climate risks; and (b) exploring methodologies to quantitatively measure household climate resilience, which can be used to inform a better design of future PPCR and other projects.

Armenia Forest

Armenia forestry-poverty-energy linkages

Armenia’s forests make up less than 10% of its total land area, and have declined by over 10% since 1993.  Despite its limited and diminishing land area, Armenia’s forests provide important services for the local population and for the national economy.

Training

Tanzania Urban Resilience Program (TURP)

Dar es Salaam is one of the fastest growing cities in Sub-Saharan Africa. Much of the urban growth is unplanned, leading to over-crowding and high pressure on public services and drainage systems. The city is frequently affected by floods, leading to high costs in terms of physical loss, as well as loss of life. Due to climate change, the situation is becoming more urgent as the population is increasingly exposed and vulnerable to frequent floods.

Sample Selection

Impact of ICTs on household welfare in Tanzania

Tanzania has been identified as a potential case study based on a number of factors.This activity will involve a household survey to obtain data on ICT usage amongst the bottom 40% of the population in Tanzania, at home, at school and at work, to develop a study on impact, leapfrogging opportunities and potential barriers to them.

Training

Albania Fuelwood Demand Assessment

The objective of the study will be to:

  • i) ascertain the level of demand for fuelwood in Albania,
  • ii) analyze the fuelwood supply chain, processing and combustion to identify opportunities to increase the efficiency of firewood use,
  • iii) estimate the overall balance between the sustainable supply and current demand, and
  • iv) recommend to government any opportunities to improve the supply and efficiency of heating for the rural towns and villages.
Statistics Training to National Staff of UNODC-Afghanistan

Statistics Training to UNODC Staff

Training towards increasing the statistical analysis capacity of the UNODC Country Office in Afghanistan and Ministry of Counter Narcotics. This training included survey methodology, data collection, data analysis, data manipulation and data modeling methods with usage of SPSS.

The overall aim of the training was to contribute to implementation of illicit crop monitoring surveys of Afghanistan, which are conducted by UNODC- Kabul and MCN jointly.

Statistics Training to Tajikistan DCA

Statistics Training to Tajikistan Drug Control Agency

UDA Consulting was contracted by UNODC- Kazakhistan to provide a statistics training for the experts of the Tajikistan Drug Control Agency Office. During 18-21 May 2013 in Ankara, statistical knowledge of participants improved and case studies were applied. MS Excel and IBM SPSS Statistics were used for statistical analysis.

Turkey Disaster Management Strategy Paper

Turkey Disaster Management Strategy Paper

UDA Consulting was contracted by World Bank for the project "Consulting Services for Preparation of a Turkey Disaster Management Strategy Paper". Within the scope of the project, UDA Consulting was responsible for conceptualizing the Disaster and Risk Management (DRM) framework and developing the Turkey Disaster Management Strategy Paper (TDMSP). During the project, UDA Consulting managed the consultation process with stakeholders; facilitate discussions, moderate workshops to be organized, prepare draft and final documents for AFAD’s approval.