The database is best thought of as a platform with descriptive information based on the results from the training sessions. The ambition is to make the Database into a platform where the Research Officer of the DHYLT secretariat summarises the challenges presented by the participants, forms categories for structure and makes the Database a Database for all the data that is absorbed from the training week. Creating the Database as an open-access platform may generate notable benefits in terms of synergic effects or positive creative ‘extra-project’ uses. The aspiration is therefore to permit general access to the Database to find out about the presented challenges for United Nations Associations and to, later on, access calculated trends and charts regarding these notions.
In short, the Database will be a source for descriptive infographics of the progress and outcomes of the training session(s). In the long-term, Research Officers may hopefully be able to create and calculate visual maps, tables, charts and trends.
The database will be produced using information from segments 1 and 2 (see Training Programme)