An inspirational group of special keynote speakers from the GIS community in West Africa is welcomed onto the stage to share their amazing stories. Buckle up and witness the most impressive spatial projects happening in our region today!

Francis A. Andorful

Francis A. Andorful

Senior GIS/ Remote Sensing Technician @University of Ghana – Remote Sensing and GIS Laboratory (RS/GIS Lab)

Francis is the founder and volunteer executive coordinator of Where Geospatial (a non-profit organization that seeks to create a geospatial ecosystem that uses geospatial technologies to promote development).

Dr. David Nyomo Jeb

Director @GeoApps Plus Limited (NASRDA)

David Nyomo Jeb holds a Ph.D. in Geography with a specialization in hydrology and water resources, fluvial geomorphology, remote sensing, and Geographic Information systems. He is currently a Director with the National Space Research and Development Agency (NASRDA), Abuja as the Managing Director of GeoApps Plus Limited, the commercial department of the Agency.

Dr. David Nyomo, Jeb

Valentine A. Anaba

Valentine A. Anaba

Geospatial Analyst and Technical Advisor @GIZ Governance for Inclusive Development

Valentine has vast experience in managing and supervising GIS professionals on a variety of developmental projects region-wide. He also has extensive expertise in training GIS professionals in the use of spatial tools and models for Urban Planning, Street Naming and Property Addressing Maps.

Ismaila Gueye

GIS & Cartography Expert @ECOWAS

Ismaila supports the Analysis Division team in integrating GIS technology in data collection, analysis, and reporting on peace and security in the ECOWAS region. He undertakes geospatial research and analysis, geodatabase development, data maintenance, and map compilation.

Ismaila Gueye

the GeoUC

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