Projects


#390 UP CGIS : Knysna 2017 Fire disaster.

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

#457 Cape Coast Metropolitan Mapping project

This project afford students of the UCC Youthmappers chapter the opportunity to scale up their mapping skills but mapping all features within the Cape Coast Metropolitan Area. This will be followed up with a field exercise to validate the features and added attribute data. Please use satellite imagery from ArcGIS online

Created by pkodame - Updated - Priority: medium

#458 WVU Malawi (Chilumba) Project

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. When saving your edits please #MaptimeMorgantown so we can keep track of our edits/ progress.

Created by amarrington - Updated - Priority: medium

#295 Map4America: Lake Traverse Reservation of Sisseton Wahpeton Sioux nation

This task is centered on the Sisseton Wahpeton Sioux Indian reservation in the northeast corner of South Dakota. The objective of the task is to re-align existing roads with the imagery and add large commercial and institutional buildings.

Created by sejohnson - Updated - Priority: high

#403 Missing Maps: Amman

Mapping buildings and adding street names in English and Arabic.

Created by Grga Basic - Updated - Priority: medium

#402 Ciudad Satélite PADF-URL

PADF está trabajando en el municipio de Mixco, Guatemala, para capacitar, equipar y organizar iniciativas comunitarias de preparación y respuesta a desastres, así como implementar proyectos de mejoramiento de infraestructura a pequeña escala basados en evaluaciones de riesgos y vulnerabilidades impulsadas por la comunidad. Esta iniciativa de mapeo realizada por la Universidad Rafael Landívar creará datos geoespaciales abiertos para apoyar este esfuerzo.

Created by Nils010786 - Updated - Priority: medium

#407 Ciudad Satélite PADF-URL 2

PADF está trabajando en el municipio de Mixco, Guatemala, para capacitar, equipar y organizar iniciativas comunitarias de preparación y respuesta a desastres, así como implementar proyectos de mejoramiento de infraestructura a pequeña escala basados en evaluaciones de riesgos y vulnerabilidades impulsadas por la comunidad. Esta iniciativa de mapeo realizada por la Universidad Rafael Landívar creará datos geoespaciales abiertos para apoyar este esfuerzo.

Created by Nils010786 - Updated - Priority: medium

#433 Getting prepared to natural hazards by mapping evacuation routes in Madagascar rural areas (Step 1)

This project aims to map buildings and roads in rural malagasy areas to support the design of evacuation maps for communities, schools and families.

Created by Borisy - Updated - Priority: medium

#470 YouthMapper@AUW Project Area Mapping

This is only for AUW students to map the project area. YouthMappers at AUW (YM@AUW), has won a microgrant of 4500 USD to work on a Arsenic mitigation project in partnership with a US voluntary organization Chemists Without Borders. Registered in November 2016 YM@AUW is the 41st chapter of YouthMappers in the world. YouthMappers is a Texas Tech-USAID initiative and through this HOT (Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team) microgrant, the team will be mapping both Arsenic contaminated and non-contaminated wells from Chittagong area into the Open Street Map. YM@AUW arsenic mapping project is one of the eight projects chosen worldwide from more than 70 participants.

Created by aHaSaN - Updated - Priority: low

#412 Better Preparedness: Dam Flooding Togo - Part 2

The aim of this project is to build out the community infrastructure for flood risk management downstream of hydro-power dams.

Created by RAHinton - Updated - Priority: medium
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