Become a member of DeltaCap family! – DeltaCap APP is ready!

Become a member of DeltaCap family! – DeltaCap APP is ready!

To become a member of the DeltaCap[1] network is free. The DeltaCap projects aims to support the capacity development required for putting the Bangladesh Delta Plan 2100, expected to be approved shortly, on the ground.

An important feature of DeltaCap is it’s flexible programming: every year the capacity development activities will be evaluated and further defined and detailed via an iterative process of consultation and learning. Your active participation in the DeltaCap network will be crucial for this process of joint exploration of the actual and future capacity development needs.

Participation in the DeltaCap network is open to professionals from governmental organizations, universities, scientific research institutes, civil society organizations, private companies and science-oriented foundations that have an interest in the Bangladesh Delta Plan 2100.

To  join the DeltaCap Network you are invited to download the DeltaCap App and fill out the form (it will only take 10 minutes of your time) in the mobile application (see back side for instructions to install the app). Being a member of the DeltaCap network means that you have access to the dashboard of DeltaCap, which provides actual and detailed information on the capacity development needs and progress. You will also receive the latest information about DeltaCap, like trainings being organized.

The DeltaCapp App can be downloaded from:


http://deltacap.mpower-social.com:5001/usermodule/login/?next=/
. For more information on DeltaCap please go to https://deltacapproject.net/. For technical questions regarding the app please send your questions to mouansari@mpower-social.com or mnm@iwmbd.org. Please contact them or any other DeltaCAP team member to obtain a user ID and password.

[1] DeltaCap is financed by the Government of the Netherlands and by a partnership of  knowledge institutions in Bangladesh and The Netherlands.  DeltaCap has started in 2016 and will end in 2020.

How to install the App?

To download the DeltaCap App to your Android smartphone, you use the following steps:

Step 1: Go to the App store.

Step 2: Download the DeltaCap_apk file on your Android based smart phone.

Step 3: Tap on the downloaded Delta Cap application.

Step 4: Then click on settings.

Step 5: Then click and TAP ON Unknown Sources (Since it is not google Play Store) and click on ok.

Step 6: After that, click on next.

Step 7: Then click on install.

Step 8:  The confirmation of DeltaCap Installation will be appeared on the mobile screen.

Step 9: Then search “DeltaCap” ICON in mobile wallpaper and click on it.

Step 10: Then please insert user ID: <> and Password: <>

(  Please contact mouansari@mpower-social.com,  mnm@iwmbd.orgor any other DeltaCAP team member to obtain a user ID and password. )

Step 11: Tap on “New” option

Step 12: Tap on “Delta Monitoring and Evaluation Form”.

Step 13:  Swipe the screen from right to left.

Step 14: Complete the form

After completing the form please click on  “Save Form and Exit”. To send the data, please click on “Send Data” option and tap on the “Delta Monitoring and Evaluation Form” and then click on “Get Selected”. Now your data has been successfully sent.

Deltacap web form

You can also fill out the form through the Web Based DeltaCap Data Form. For that, please go to the link http://deltacap.mpower-social.com:5001/usermodule/login/?next=/.

(  Please contact mouansari@mpower-social.com,  mnm@iwmbd.orgor any other DeltaCAP team member to obtain a user ID and password. )

Input user info: user ID and password. To input data please click on  “New Submission”. The Web Based form will appear on the screen.

For any technical questions regarding the app please contact Mousumi Ansari of the DeltaCap team, Assistant Project Manager at mPower Social Enterprises Ltd. Contact No: 01964435653, e-mail: mouansari@mpower-social.com.

Looking forward to be in touch!

DeltaCAP annual meeting Sept, 2017

DeltaCAP annual meeting Sept, 2017

We, the full DeltaCAP family  gathered in Dhaka to celebrate the achievement of year 2016/17 and to plan for the 2nd year of the project 2017/18.

On 19th of September, Chris Zevenbergen and Abu Saleh Khan had a number of meetings with DeltaCAP key stakeholder organizations.

Inception phase (WP1)

Inception phase (WP1)

DeltaCap inception workshop in Bangladesh

Written by ir. CTHM (Catharien) Terwisscha van Scheltinga, on 30 January 2017
(Originally appeared in Wageningen University & Research  web site)

A Inception Workshop of the DeltaCap Project was held on 16 January, 2017 at the Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET).

The main objective of this workshop was to share information and receive feedback on the background, objective, setup and outline of the planned activities under the DeltaCap project.

Speakers of the inaugural session, chaired by Mr. Md. Jahangir Kabir, Director General BWDB, were Prof.Dr. Saiful Islam, Honorable Vice ChancellorBUET, Prof.Dr. Chris Zevenbergen, Chair Flood Resilience Core Group, UNESCO-IHE, Dr. Mashfiqus Salehin, Director IWFM BUET and Dr. Ataur Rahman, Head WRE BUET.

A technical session was held, chaired by Mr. Abu Saleh Khan, Deputy Executive Director, IWM. Key issues of this session were Sustainable Delta Management Centre, Measuring Impact DeltaCap, and Development Trainings, presentations by Prof.Dr. Shah Alam Khan, BUET, Mr. Hasib Ahsan, M. Power and Ms. Catharien Terwisscha van Scheltinga, Wageningen Environmental Research.

DeltaCap Inception Workshop – 16 January 2017

DeltaCap Inception Workshop – 16 January 2017

 

Venue: Council Building, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, Dhaka, Bangladesh

On 16th of January 2017, DeltaCap will hold the project inception workshop. The event will be participated by a broad range of professional, academic and community stakeholders related to the Bangladesh Delta Plan. The goals of this event are to share information and receive feedback on the background, objective, setup and outline of the planned activities under the DeltaCap project.

Programme:

9.30 – Registration

Inaugural Session:

Will be chaired by Mr. Md. Jahangir Kabir, Director General, BWDB

10.00 – Welcome Address by Director, IWFM, BUET
10.05 – Overview of DeltaCap project by Prof. Chris Zevenbergen, Lead, DeltaCap Project
10.30 – Inaugural Address by Vice Chancellor, BUET
10.40 – Session Closing Address by Chairperson, DG, BWDB
10.50 – Vote of Thanks by Head, WRE, BUET
11.00 – Tea

Technical Session:

Will be chaired by Mr. Abu Saleh Khan, Deputy Executive Director (Opn), IWM

11.15 – Sustainable Delta Management Centre by Prof. Shah Alam Khan, IWFM, BUET
11.30 – Measuring impact DeltaCap: demonstration M&E tool by Mr. Hasib Ahsan, mPower
11.45 – Development of training by Ms. Catharien Terwisscha van Scheltinga, Wageningen UR
12.00 – Group discussions
12.45 – Plenary reporting and discussion
13.30 – Closure by Chairperson, DED (Opn), IWM
13.40 – Lunch

Participatory Planning Tools for Strategic DELTA Planning & Management Tranning Workshop

Participatory Planning Tools for Strategic DELTA Planning & Management Tranning Workshop

From 17 to 21 October the partners of the NWO-UDW project Strengthening strategic delta planning processes in
Bangladesh, the Netherlands, Vietnam and beyond with support of Nuffic-NICHE organized the training workshop
Participatory Planning Tools for Strategic Delta Planning & Management. The aim of the training workshop was to bring
together professionals from river deltas like the Mekong Delta, Ganges-Brahmaputra Delta, Ayeyarwady Delta, and
Ciliwung Delta who play or will play key roles in delta planning and make them aware of different types of participatory
strategic planning approaches, identify feasible approaches and methods given the local contexts and share
experiences among the various deltas. In total 45 people from 6 countries participated in the workshop.