Projects


#336 Mixco Survey Area

PADF is working in the municipality of Mixco, Guatemala, to train, equip, and organize neighborhood-based disaster preparation and response initiatives, as well as implement small-scale disaster resilient infrastructure improvement projects based on community-driven vulnerability risk and needs assessments. This mapping initiative will create open-geospatial data to support this effort.

Created by andzeyek - 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

#400 #UniqueMappersTeam(UMT)Port Harcourt #1st MARATHON Training(Exclusively for UMT Members Port Harcourt) 21st and 22nd June,2017

This is a MAPATHON for members of UniqueMappersTeam(UMT) training participants to help map their campus community.Please,do not map if you are not from that location or a participant of the MAPATHON training

Created by vicksun - Updated - Priority: medium

#403 Amman

Mapping building footprints and adding street names in English and Arabic

Created by Grga Basic - Updated - Priority: medium

#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

#213 Mangochi flood risk mapping

Mangochi district lies to the southern part of Malawi between Lakes Malombe and Lake Malawi. It is one of the areas in the country that are frequently flooded. This project is part of scaling up Community Mapping and Data Preparedness in Malawi - Survey Department, Department of Disaster Management Affairs in Malawi and Global Facility for Disaster Risk Reduction.

Created by GOduori - Updated - Priority: high

#393 Disaster Risk Management: Dam Flooding Togo

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

#169 RBHS - Bradley County, TN

Created for Red Bank High School, Chattanooga, TN

Created by sejohnson - Updated - Priority: medium

#391 Disaster Risk Management: Dam Flooding Ethiopia

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

#392 Disaster Risk Management: Dam Flooding Mozambique

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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