Reinventing Community Engagement and Empowerment through Data Literacy and Learning activities of the GLOBE Program
A three-day training for GLOBE Trainers in the region with talks, activities, and workshops
The first phase of the Trainings will virtual in two batches
1st batch is for Asian country in the Region
(Bhutan, India, Maldives, Magnolia, Nepal, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand & Vietnam)
2nd batch is for Pacific Countries
(Australia, Fiji, Japan, Micronesia, Marshall Island, Palau, Republic of Korea, Taiwan – Partner & New Zealand)
The Date for the 1st Phase of Virtual Training*
December 2022 for Asian Countries
January 2023 for Pacific Countries.
*Exact Date to be announced soon.
The Date of the 2nd Phase for Face-to-face Training
14th – 17th March in Hanoi, Vietnam for Asian Countries
3rd – 6th July in Christchurch, New Zealand for Pacific Countries
1st Virtual Training
NOTE : Training Schedule for both Virtual & face-to-face training will be same | Dates for face-to-face Trainings will be updated shortly.
Meet the Trainer
About Capacity Building Project in AP Region.
The principal objective of this training is to enhance the capacity of the GLOBE Trainers through data literacy for GLOBE Protocols.
34 GLOBE Trainers from Asia Pacific Regional Countries will be selected. The selection of trainers will be done by CCs based on the criteria suggested by the GIO & RCO for the GLOBE Program as well as the interest of the participants.
It is necessary to educate the regional GLOBE community about data literacy seeing the advent of data science & how it's going to be crucial that the community understands the importance of data that they collect which helps scientists and researchers in understanding the environment better.
About the GLOBE Program
The Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE) Program is an international science and education program that provides students and the public worldwide with the opportunity to participate in data collection and the scientific process, and contribute meaningfully to our understanding of the Earth system and global environment.
There are more than 38000 GLOBE schools in 126 countries around the world. Over 10 million students have participated in GLOBE contributing more than 228 million measurements to the GLOBE database for use in their inquiry-based science projects.
Christchurch, New Zealand