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OUR PROCESSES

How We Work

01

Listen

Understanding your context is the key to developing relevant solutions

02

Research

We explore diverse disciplines and organisations to identify potentially applicable existing solutions

03

Re-use, remix & adapt

Where possible, we create and re-use openly licensed solutions to benefit our clients and communities

04

Innovate

Our unique blend of contextualisation and re-use, lead to innovative and pioneering solutions

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Monitor & Evaluate

By creating a monitoring and evaluation approach early on, we measure the success and failures of our solutions throughout

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Update & improve

Based on feedback from our clients and end-users, and new information we improve our designs and implementation to address your needs better

From our Blog

Understanding the lay of the land: the DHCSSza Stakeholder Map Project

ESCALATOR is one of Talarify’s capacity and community building programmes that kicked off in 2020. The programme is co-developed and funded by SADiLaR. On 28 April 2022 we launched the South African Digital Humanities and Computational Social Sciences (DH & CSS) Stakeholder Map project as part of ESCALATOR. This article was first published in April […]

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Finding Where Population Health Studies Have Been Conducted To Inform Climate-health Research

A new research project is setting out to unlock the potential of combining health monitoring data with climate datasets that cover the same times and regions to improve our understanding of the impact of climate on human health. With funding from the Wellcome Trust, this 12-month project brings together expertise from afrimapr (Liverpool School of […]

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Ten simple rules for establishing a mentorship programme

We are excited to announce the publication of our peer-reviewed article ‘Ten simple rules for establishing a mentorship programme’. In the paper, we present a concise summary of recommendations that outline key elements to consider when designing and establishing mentorship programmes. These recommendations are drawn from the collective experiences of four different emerging and established […]

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