[HOT] [HOT Operations] Re: Introducing Ramadyan Abdul Hadi | Indonesia
rachel.vannice at hotosm.org
Fri Feb 2 06:56:10 UTC 2018
Welcome from all the way over here in D.C.! Happy to have you as part of
the HOT Team.
On Thu, Feb 1, 2018 at 10:11 PM, Ramadyan Abdul Hadi <
ramadyan.hadi at hotosm.org> wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I would like to thank Mhairi for introducing me to the HOT team. And
> thanks also to Emir and the whole of team who had been my trainer when I
> was thought about OSM & QGIS, and then thank you for all the trust and
> opportunity to me when I join with all projects HOT - Indonesia.
> I'm really happy to be a benefit to many people through HOT - team, and I
> hope everything that we're working towards is for a better future.
> This is the best team work I've ever met, happy to meet you all.
> Kind regards,
> On Feb 2, 2018 11:50 AM, "Emir Hartato" <emir.hartato at gmail.com> wrote:
>> 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>
>>> 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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