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Winners of Free GIS Training Opportunity in Taipei Are Announced

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Tuesday, January 21st 2014


Mr. Jeremy Shen, Vice-Chair of the Societal Impacts Committee of the GSDI Association, announced today the outcome of the selection process for choosing three candidates to attend the 2014 ICLPST (International Center for Land Policy Studies and Training) Training Seminar on Geographical Information Systems and Land Management in Taipei, all expenses paid.

After reviewing applications from 29 individuals, the Societal Impacts Committee of the GSDI Association has selected three winners to attend the free training program, that runs from from 19 March 2014 to 1 April 2014. They are:

Mr. Ivar M. Ledezma Casablancaof Bolivia,

Ms. Rosario Casanovaof Uruguay, and

Mr. Mathenge Mweheof Kenya.

Ms. Ana Alvarezof Uruguay is the alternate to avail of this training opportunity if any of above winners cannot attend the training program with any reason.

All recipients of the training award were required to be members of the International Geospatial Society (the individual members arm of the GSDI Association) or staff of GSDI Association organisational members. This is the third such training opportunity for attending the ICLPST Training Seminar in Taipei, for which the Association is truly grateful for Mr. Shen’s on-going support.

Announcement is also on the following website: http://ngis.moi.gov.tw/lan_en/Content.aspx?MenuID=95&SubjectID=520

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