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GSDI

July 17, 2017

GSDI Small Grant Program Awards Announced

The GSDI Association’s call for proposals for the Small Grants Program 2017 stimulated 31 proposals from 27 countries in Africa, Asia-Pacific, Europe, North and South America, covering a wide range of SDI and GI/GIS related project work. Each of the award winners will receive cash support for their proposed projects of US$ 2,500. Some of

April 7, 2017

GSDI Small Grants Program 2017 – Call for Proposals Open

The GSDI Association has been making Small Grants Program awards since 2003 – the organization's longest running project. These grants are for $2,500. Although this is not a large amount of money, in emerging nations and developing spatial data infrastructures (SDI’s), it can go a long way toward SDI preparedness, for building some component of

November 7, 2016

UN Member States Participate in 3rd Plenary of UN-GGIM: Europe

More than 100 delegates representing 31 countries gathered in Budapest, Hungary recently for the 3rd Plenary of UN-GGIM: Europe.   The meeting, which was officially opened by Katalin Tóth, Deputy State Secretary on International Relations of the Ministry of Agriculture, Hungary, included a review of the past year’s activities and examples of how statistical and