[HOT] Introducing Ramadyan Abdul Hadi | Indonesia
emir.hartato at gmail.com
Fri Feb 2 04:50:09 UTC 2018
Hi everyone and welcome Ramadyan!
It's really great to see the HOT Indonesia team has grown up well since
they begin with Community Mapping Pilot with DFAT-Australia (previously
AIFDR/AusAid) in 2011.
Just an additional note, I met Ramadyan way back in 2012 during Scenario
Development for Contingency Planning (SD4CP) training program in East Nusa
Tenggara. He joined OSM and QGIS training for SD4CP and he did very well.
I'm glad he found his way to become HOT Indonesia team member and involved
in PDC project :)
Kudos for HOT Indonesia team!
On 2 February 2018 at 11:03, Mhairi O'Hara <mhairi.ohara at hotosm.org> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I would like to introduce Ramadyan Abdul Hadi to the HOT team! Ramadyan is
> part of the Pacific Disaster Centre <http://www.pdc.org/> (PDC) project
> in Indonesia, which focuses on the mapping of key lifeline infrastructure
> in OSM for use in the InAWARE platform and other disaster management tools.
> Ramadyan has been with the team in Indonesia from the start of the project
> in mid 2016, when we kick started things in the city of Surabaya. He
> initially joined as a Quality Assurance specialist, providing valuable
> structural knowledge with his architectural background from the Widya
> Mandira Catholic University in Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara.
> Following the successful mapping of Surabaya and Jakarta, the two largest
> cities in Indonesia, we were signed on to continue our mapping efforts in
> the city of Semarang in Central Java. With Wulan Khairunisa now leading the
> Facebook team, Ramadyan has stepped up to become a Team Supervisor
> alongside Dewi Sulistioningrum, for the PDC project.
> Please give Ramadyan a warm welcome, as he takes on this new role to
> oversee a team of specialists mapping communication towers, transportation
> links, water and electrical supply systems, public institutions, health
> facilities, emergency services, government establishments, administrative
> boundaries and in some areas, evacuation routes
> Get to know all the Indonesia HOT team members, who are doing amazing
> work through a number of initiatives, paving the way for equality in OSM
> across the country.
> Kind regards,
> *Mhairi O'Hara*
> Project Manager
> mhairi.ohara at hotosm.org
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