SEPAL (System for Earth Observation Data Access, Processing and Analysis for Land Monitoring)

A powerful, open-source platform for forest and land monitoring that can empower your project to gain a better understanding of land cover dynamics.
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Our programme’s Paisajes Andinos project in Ecuador demonstrates exceptional strengths in monitoring and evaluation, leveraging a range of advanced tools and technologies to collect, analyse and interpret data. One notable aspect is the project’s utilization of SEPAL (System for Earth Observation Data Access, Processing, and Analysis for Land Monitoring) tools for satellite data analysis. By harnessing the power of satellite imagery, the project can monitor land cover changes, vegetation health, and other environmental indicators. SEPAL tools enable the project to access near real-time data, facilitating the identification of areas that require intervention and providing valuable insights for adaptive management.


Tool: Kobo Toolbox. KoboToolbox was created to be a free and accessible data collection tool for social impact organizations in the humanitarian, development, environmental protection, peacebuilding, and human rights sectors.
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Our programme’s Paisajes Andinos project in Ecuador employs KoboToolbox, an open-source data collection platform, to gather field-level information efficiently. Through this tool, project staff and community members can collect survey data, track progress, and monitor indicators in a systematic and streamlined manner. KoboToolbox’s user-friendly interface and customizable forms enhance data quality and enable real-time data analysis, empowering the project with up-to-date information for decision-making.