Some of our work experience is outlined in the table below.

Name of organization Nature of work
Kujenga Maisha East Africa (KUMEA) KUMEA builds projects intended to provide humanitarian relief and longer term livelihood support to the impoverished communities affected by recurring drought in Kenya. Geoeng systems Ltd. routinely provides consultancy in ICT and Geoinformation Services.
The World Bank From October - November, 2015, Geoeng Systems Ltd. developed an Open Data Kit (ODK) tool to assist the World Bank in evaluating damages incurred as a result of a natural disaster. This project, funded in part by a grant from the World Bank’s Global Facility for Disaster Risk Reduction and Recovery (GFDRR), was expected to deliver this assessment tool in 2016 for the benefit of disaster res-ponders and surveyors across the World Bank.
NSSF Uganda In partnership with IST Kenya Limited, Geoeng Systems Ltd. trained IT staff from NSSF Uganda on the following: JD Edwards EnterpriseOne ERP 9.1 CNC and System Administration, implementation of Net Change features such as Hover forms, Auto Suggest, EnterpriseOne Pages etc., and Application Server (WAS, OAS, WLS) istallation and training, Load Balancing, among others.
FIPS-Africa FIPS-Africa (Farm Input Promotions Africa) Ltd. is a not-for-profit company based in Nairobi, Kenya with a vision that all farming households in sub-Saharan Africa become food secure. In January 2016, Geoeng Systems Ltd. carried out the following services: GIS Services, ODK, Google App Engine (PaaS Aggregate) and MySQL Training.
UNICEF ESARO In partnership with Innovative Spatial Solutions, Geoeng Systems Ltd. was involved in the preliminary development of the Disaster Management and Mapping Information System project on behalf of UNICEF East and Southern Africa Office. This project involved review and assessment of technical capacity of UNICEF in preparation for a GIS System. Description of Actual Services Provided: Assessment of ICT requirements for the DMMIS project, Technical report on the status of ICT capacity in the project, Research on viable GIS systems for optimal operation of the project, Demonstration to and training of staff on expected applications of GIS system, Development of a GIS implementation plan.
Mercy Corps Ethiopia In February 2016, Geoeng Systems Ltd. was contracted by Mercy Corps Ethiopia to carry out capacity building to support the PRIME project. PRIME is a 5-year, $52 million USAID-funded project designed to increase household incomes and enhance resilience to climate change through market linkages in Ethiopia’s dryland areas. Main activities carried out include: facilitating training to improve knowledge management, faster turnaround in data collection and monitoring, data analytics, Integration of ODK collected data with Spatial and statistical packages, among others.
UNICEF In April 2016, Geoeng Systems Ltd. signed a Long Term Agreement (LTA) with UNICEF to carry out programming services. The services provided include GIS/Mapping, Database design and development, Web design and development, Software Development, among others. The tools used are Python, RapidPro, QGIS, Java, Django, HTML5 and others.
Belgian Technical Cooperation (BTC) In July 2016, Geoeng Systems was hired through AMBERO Consulting Gesellschaft mbH of Germany to carry out Technical Advisory Services for Biodiversity Conservation and Wetland Management in Kilombero Valley Ramasar Site, Tanzania. Main tasks carried out include: Design of mobile data collection forms, Train data collection surveyors, Train supervisors and IT staff, Provide backstopping and support during data collection and analysis, Data conversion (ODK to STATA and SPSS) And Google Cloud setup

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