Projects


#619 SUE_CIPRB Survey: Area 02 (Mirpur)

This is a joint multinational research project named SUE Project that uses a mix of qualitative and quantitative methods to improve the representation of the urban poor in household surveys and to improve the use of survey data by local authorities.

Created by aHaSaN - Updated - Priority: medium

#261 GW HMS Morocco: Village 9, Timite (Ikniouen commune)

Created by Grace_doh - Updated - Priority: medium

#392 Better Preparedness: 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

#608 Ubari, Libya

Hi VSFSers. For lesson 9 We will be editing: buildings, tertiary roads, paths in Ubari, Libya. We will be improving the base data for this city which is vital for our programing.

Created by Eva44 - Updated - Priority: high

#585 Mapping the Western Plains 2

Created by Gaurav Thapa - Updated - Priority: medium

#652 YouthMappers Chapter Exchange - Makerere University

This mapping project is of the Makerere University campus for a YouthMappers chapter exchange. ONLY for students from Makerere University please.

Created by Patricia Solis - Updated - Priority: medium

#648 Participatory mapping at Fasiakhali Wildlife Sanctuary, Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh

Community people involved in the co-management of Fashakhali WS and local FD and CREL officials will be trained for the involvement for the monitoring of the WS. Open Street Technology (OSM) along with satellite imagery will be used for the development of a methodology for forest monitoring. The reconnaissance survey already has done in Fasiakhali WS in last 2-4th March 2018. Now, it is needed to create the spatial database for the target area by tracing existing visible features in satellite images on OpenStreetMap editing software (iD Editor and JOSM). The local community will update the database with field information and stored in RIMS.

Created by aHaSaN - Updated - Priority: medium

#373 Chinchero, Peru: CTTC

Task to digitize the main features around Chinchero, Peru, a hub of traditional textile production.

Created by LydiaKirk - Updated - Priority: medium

#413 Better Preparedness: Dam Flooding Togo - Part 3

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

#649 Hanoi: public transport, minor road and health care facilities

Hanoi OSM map is quite completed. The quality of some key features, however, need improvement, including:

  • Public bus stop and station: many are not it correct position and/or missing information on bus route, time of operation.
  • Many minor roads are missing
  • POI related to health care such as: hospital, pharmacy also need to be improved
Created by hoangvietanh - Updated - Priority: medium
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