Previous projects overview

We have liaisons all over the state of Oregon and Washington, with majority of them residing in Multnomah, Washington and Clackamas counties. By August 2019, we have completed over 75 projects since our inception in June 2016.

CELs liaisons comprised of community leaders or activists from historically underrepresented groups.

Languages spoken by these liaisons are:
Arabic, Farsi, Hindi, Karen, Nepali, Russian, Ukrainian, Somali, Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese, Toishanese, Zomi, Burmese, Mon, Vietnamese, Tongan, Chuukese, Cambodian (Khmer), Lao, Thai, Japanese, Korean, Fulani, Wollof, Hausa, Krio, Amharic, Mai Mai, Swahili, Tigringa, Bhutanese, Dari, Uzbek, Pashto, Turkish,  Urdu, Armenian, Romanian etc. 

*Recently added: Liaisons that serve underserved African American, disability & LGBQ communities. We also offer GIS mapping services.

How does GIS work

A geographic information system (GIS) is a system designed to capture, analyze, store, present and manage all types of geographical data, like information from maps, global positioning systems (GPS) and ubiquitous data, such as locations of landmarks and projects accomplished by CELs program in particular neighborhoods.

Our GIS showed here displayed various CELs projects in Oregon, Alaska and SW Washington, allowing you to see various data patterns and engagement activities. The primary benefit of a GIS is its cross-discipline communication that helps viewers to understand visual impulses, this enables better communication. 

A GIS also facilitates better decision making. We can utilize GIS to capture or analyze data, allowing your users to question, understand and visualize data in many different ways to reveal patterns or trends in the form of maps, globes, charts and reports, which is useful because by viewing and analyzing visual data, the human mind can more easily discern patterns and information. 

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