Knysna is a town with 51,078 inhabitants in the Western Cape Province of South Africa and is part of the Garden Route. It lies 34 degrees south of the equator, and is 72 kilometres east from the town of George on the N2 highway, and 25 kilometres west of Plettenberg Bay on the same road. [ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Knysna ]Created by FrikanRW - Updated - Priority: urgent
This task is designed so as to modify the map of Institute of Rural development Planning (Mwanza), where the Open Data Day will be take place. Various features should be located in order to facilitate those who will attend in Open Data Day.Created by SHABANI MAGAWILA - Updated - Priority: urgent
The OSM Nepal community meeting on 4th Feb 2018 concluded to focus on quality road network of Kathmandu valley for 3 months.
The community will popularize the event inviting OSM contributors from around the country to focus on road network of Kathmandu valley. Every Friday from 2:30-3: 30 PM the community members will contribute to mapping and interacting with each other.
Community members advised to use hashtag #qualityroadsKTM while making changesets.Created by Pradip Khatiwada - Updated - Priority: medium
The Key objective is to develop a complete base map for Savar Upazilla situated at the north-western outskirt of Dhaka City.Created by tasauf1980 - Updated - Priority: medium
Map roads, streams, buildings, and make points of wells if recognizable. Label buildings as general buildings and whether or not they have thatched or metal roofs if possible.Created by amarrington - Updated - Priority: medium
Himalayan Climate initiative in technical partnership with Kathmandu Living Labs trained 12 National Volunteers to map Kagati village. The goal of the project is to ensure independence of woman through intervention of different livelihood initiatives. The mapping will help to understand local capacities and to reach-out its beneficiaries with appropriate solutions.Created by Manoj Thapa - Updated - Priority: medium
The LoGIC project is mainly focusing on climate change adaptation at various level specially community level through Local Government Institutions (LGIs). To address the risks associated with climate change it is most important to identify all hazards and risks together with the most appropriate range of risk reduction options that can be introduced to either eliminate or reduce risk to more manageable levels. Though LoGIC project is working to establish climate resilience community functions and infrastructure as well as climate resilient households and individuals, it intends to collect geospatial data of Union and produce geospatial map by participatory mapping of its intervention area of 72 unions of 7 climate vulnerable districts.Created by aHaSaN - Updated - Priority: medium
This task aims to improve the accuracy of OSM data for Tbilisi as it concerns green spaces.Created by Charles Fox - Updated - Priority: medium
Digital Volunteers Initiative under Kathmandu Living Labs opens Digital Internship And Leadership (DIAL) opportunity for both outstanding students and recent graduates. This internship program will develop digital skills and help the interns prepare for (digital) leadership positions.
The pool of interns will receive rigorous training on a wide range of digital tools with particular emphasis on OpenStreetMap (OSM). In addition, they will also receive mentorship on career and leadership development from a group of national and international experts.Created by Pradip Khatiwada - Updated - Priority: medium
Nogales is a town that stretches over the US-Mexican border from Santa-Cruz county Arizona, into Sonora state Mexico. Nogales is also surrounded by the by the Coronado National Forest, an area of about 1.78 million acres spread throughout mountain ranges in southeastern Arizona and southwestern New Mexico. The Mexican American border runs right through Coronado National Forest.Created by kerrymapper - Updated - Priority: high
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