Elvis Tshibasu is a GIS consultant with Dev-Afrique Development Advisors. He is currently based in Democratic Republic of Congo.
He has over 8 years’ experience in GIS and the management and processing of geo-spatial data. Elvis has prior working experience with the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) where he worked on a range of projects targeting the mapping of the biomass of the DRC forests for forest carbon accounting and development and implementation of community monitoring systems.
Elvis has a vast knowledge of various data collection and monitoring tools such as GPS, Kobo Toolbox, ODK, GeoODK, and Survey123. He is also a co-author of a scientific paper published by Nature Research titled “Spatial distribution of carbon stored in the Forests of the Democratic Republic of Congo.
He holds a master’s degree in Geo-imagery or Remote Sensing of Natural Resources at Michel de Montaigne University in Bordeaux (France). Elvis speaks English, French, Lingala, and Tshiluba fluently.