1. Commentaires de Dominique Bikaba sur sa participation à un exercice de MP3D à Madagascar

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    Vidéos connexes au même exercice MP3D : Vidéo de 4 min : Est-ce qu'on arrivera à faire pareil ? Serge Rakotoson réfléchit sur les défis et les résultats surprenants d'un exercice MP3D https://vimeo.com/121587614 Vidéo de 3 min : Christian Andrianarison réfléchit sur son expérience en facilitant un exercice de cartographie participative à Madagascar https://vimeo.com/121821413 Vidéo de 3 min : L’implication et la gouvernance participative au sein d’une communauté des hautes terres de Madagascar https://vimeo.com/121596354

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    • Christian Andrianarison réfléchissant sur son expérience en facilitant un exercice de cartographie participative à Madagasca

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      Vidéos connexes au même exercice MP3D : Vidéo de 4 min : Est-ce qu'on arrivera à faire pareil ? Serge Rakotoson réfléchit sur les défis et les résultats surprenants d'un exercice MP3D https://vimeo.com/121587614 Vidéo de 2 min : Commentaires de Dominique Bikaba sur sa participation à un exercice de MP3D à Madagascar https://vimeo.com/122185862 Vidéo de 3 min : L’implication et la gouvernance participative au sein d’une communauté des hautes terres de Madagascar https://vimeo.com/121596354

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      • L’implication et la gouvernance participative au sein d’une communauté des hauts plateaux de Madagascar

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        Selon le facilitateur, monsieur Barthélemy Boika Mahambi, la Modélisation Participative en 3 Dimensions (MP3D) s’est révélée être un impressionnant outil de gouvernance participative, de transparence et d’implication communautaire dans la capture et la gestion des données géo spatiales, moteur de prise de conscience et de confiance pour la sécurisation foncière, la planification et la gestion durable des ressources en eau afin d’améliorer la productivité agricole dans le bassin versant d’Avaratrambolo, Madagascar. La maquette s’est avérée séduisante comme support visuel : elle a permis aux communautés de faire prévaloir leur savoir géographique, tout en rapprochant les parties prenantes dans un dialogue multi-acteurs constructif. Vidéos connexes au même exercice MP3D : Vidéo de 4 min : Est-ce qu'on arrivera à faire pareil? Serge Rakotoson réfléchit sur les défis et les résultats surprenants d'un exercice MP3D https://vimeo.com/121587614 Vidéo de 2 min : Commentaires de Dominique Bikaba sur sa participation à un exercice de MP3D à Madagascar https://vimeo.com/122185862 Vidéo de 3 min : Christian Andrianarison réfléchissant sur son expérience en facilitant un exercice de cartographie participative à Madagascar https://vimeo.com/121821413

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        • Est qu'on arrivera à faire pareil? Serge Rakotoson réfléchit sur les défis et les résultats surprenants d'un exercice MP3D

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          Vidéos connexes au même exercice MP3D : Vidéo de 3 min : L’implication et la gouvernance participative au sein d’une communauté des hautes terres de Madagascar https://vimeo.com/121596354 Vidéo de 2 min : Commentaires de Dominique Bikaba sur sa participation à un exercice de MP3D à Madagascar https://vimeo.com/122185862 Vidéo de 3 min : Christian Andrianarison réfléchit sur son expérience en facilitant un exercice de cartographie participative à Madagascar https://vimeo.com/121821413

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          • Goldberg Job reports back on his participation in a participatory 3-dimensional modelling exercise in Tobago

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            Goldberg Job is a fisherman, farmer and musician. In October 2012 he contributed to the manufacture of a participatory 3-dimensional model of the island of Tobago in the vest of representative from the Belle Garden Fisherfolk Association. In this short interview Goldberg shares his thoughts about the process and how he plans to build on its output. The P3DM process has been carried out in the framework of the Project "Promoting participatory ICTs for adding value to traditional knowledge in climate change adaptation, advocacy and policy processes in the Caribbean" Project Implementation has been ensured by the Caribbean Natural Resources Institute (CANARI) and the University of the West Indies (UWI) with financial and technical support provided by the Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation ACP-EU (CTA) and the Global Environment Facility - Small Grants Programme (GEF-SGP). Additional support has been granted by the Tobago House of Assembly and The Nature Conservancy (TNC). Related videos: Participatory data generation: stunning results from the P3DM exercise in Tobago reports Adam Jehu https://vimeo.com/113866380 "My feelings in being part of a P3DM process." Feedback from Anthony, the livewhire https://vimeo.com/113842692 She becomes more beautiful: Capturing the essence of Tobago Island for a better tomorrow https://vimeo.com/101721860

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            • Participatory data generation: stunning results from the P3DM exercise in Tobago reports Adam Jehu

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              Adam Jehu, Remote sensing officer at the Institute of Marine Affairs in Chaguaramas, Trinidad and Tobago provides his feedback on his participation in the participatory 3 dimensional modeling (P3DM) exercise of Tobago Island. "A total of 87 layers of information have been generated in one week. This would be impossible with any traditional means of information gathering ..." stated Adam in his interview. The P3DM process has been carried out in the framework of the Project "Promoting participatory ICTs for adding value to traditional knowledge in climate change adaptation, advocacy and policy processes in the Caribbean" Project Implementation has been ensured by the Caribbean Natural Resources Institute (CANARI) and the University of the West Indies (UWI) with financial and technical support provided by the Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation ACP-EU (CTA) and the Global Environment Facility - Small Grants Programme (GEF-SGP). Additional support has been granted by the Tobago House of Assembly and The Nature Conservancy (TNC). Related videos: Goldberg Job reports back on his participation in a participatory 3-dimensional modelling exercise in Tobago https://vimeo.com/113954566 "My feelings in being part of a P3DM process." Feedback from Anthony, the livewhire https://vimeo.com/113842692 She becomes more beautiful: Capturing the essence of Tobago Island for a better tomorrow https://vimeo.com/101721860

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              • "My feelings in being part of a P3DM process." Feedback from Anthony, the livewire

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                Anthony Cordner is from Speyside, Tobago. He is a musician, songwriter, community worker and farmer. In October 2012 he participated in the manufacture of a 1 : 10,000-scale participatory 3-dimensional model of his beloved Island. In this short (2 min) interview, Anthony shares the feelings he experienced in running through the P3DM process ... from start to completion. The P3DM process has been carried out in the framework of the Project "Promoting participatory ICTs for adding value to traditional knowledge in climate change adaptation, advocacy and policy processes in the Caribbean" Project Implementation has been ensured by the Caribbean Natural Resources Institute (CANARI) and the University of the West Indies (UWI) with financial and technical support provided by the Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation ACP-EU (CTA) and the Global Environment Facility - Small Grants Programme (GEF-SGP). Additional support has been granted by the Tobago House of Assembly and The Nature Conservancy (TNC). Related videos: Participatory data generation: stunning results from the P3DM exercise in Tobago reports Adam Jehu https://vimeo.com/113866380 Goldberg Job reports back on his participation in a participatory 3-dimensional modelling exercise in Tobago https://vimeo.com/113954566 She becomes more beautiful: Capturing the essence of Tobago Island for a better tomorrow https://vimeo.com/101721860

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                • Empowering moments: P3DM brought us back together as a people

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                  On November 17, 2014, during the 6th World Parks Congress in Sydney, Mr Vince Mundraby, Mandingalbay Yidinji Indigenous Person recalls his experience and the one of his community in Queensland, Australia, in undertaking a Participatory 3D Modelling process. "Building this map together brought us closer as a community and also propelled us into the future. The map was not the main outcome of this project, the main outcome was the process of discussion the community went through in order to get there." The participation of Mandingalbay Yidinji traditional owners at the Congress was supported by the Wet Tropics Management Authority (WTMA), IUCN and CTA, thanks to funding mobilised by UNDP GEF-SGP.

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                  • Moments of recognition: Luvuyo Mandela "receives" Mandingalbay Yidinji Traditional peoples' Participatory 3D Model

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                    "Building this map together brought us closer as a community and also propelled us into the future. The map was not the main outcome of this project, the main outcome was the process of discussion the community went through in order to get there" said Mandingalbay Yidinji Traditional Owners of north Queensland, Australia that participated in a Participatory 3-Dimensional Modelling exercise. Mr Luvuyo Mandela, champion of the 2014 World Parks Congress "receives" the 3D model from the traditional owners during the event "Voices and Choices: The risks and values of geo-referencing traditional and local knowledge" at the WIN & Pacific Community Dialogue Pavilion, on 17 November 2014.

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                    • Empowering moments: reconnecting to our history and people

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                      Ms Dawn Kyle, Mandingalbay Yidinji Traditional Owner reports back during the 6th World Parks Congress in Sydney about her life changing experience resulting from taking part in a P3DM exercise.

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