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1st national IWC Observado system launched for Georgia

06-May-2013

Georgia is the first country to set up the IWC Observado system for their network of observers. The national coordinator for Georgia, Irakli Goradze, has used the system to define the boundaries of 12 IWC sites in preperation for the 2014 IWC and translated the site into Georgian. The system will allow counters from Georgia to directly and efficiently submit their IWC counts to Mr. Goradze, as well as share their casual observations throughout Georgia, photos, comments and much more besides. 

The Observado platform is available for all national coordinators of the IWC to adapt to their own country. If you are interersted in finding out more about the platform, visit the testing site http://iwc-swaziland.observado.org/area_lijst.php or contact us via tom.langendoen AT wetlands.org.

 Georgia is the first country to set up the IWC Observado system for their network of observers. The national coordinator for Georgia, Irakli Goradze, has used the system to define the boundaries of 12 IWC sites in preperation for the 2014 IWC and translated the site into Georgian. The system will allow counters from Georgia to directly and efficiently submit their IWC counts to Mr. Goradze, as well as share their casual observations throughout Georgia, photos, comments and much more besides. 

The Observado platform is available for all national coordinators of the IWC to adapt to their own country. If you are interersted in finding out more about the platform, visit the testing site http://iwc-swaziland.observado.org/area_lijst.php or contact us via tom.langendoen AT wetlands.org.