Bangladesh has the highest number of slum dwellers – 60% of the urban population – in the South Asian region. This big number of population somehow stay unnoticed. During any disaster, for example earthquake, it’s quite impossible to help the dwellers of these slums.
Also having a mapping of slums will help NGOs and Govt to make proper decisions and plans for the development of those.
Under the umbrella of Global YouthFest, PreneurLab a “tech for social good” startup is hosting “Map the Slum” event on 16th October. 5 teams, each consisting 6 members, will visit the slums and map those using OpenStreet Maps. OpenStreet maps is an open source online service widely used in development sector. World Bank Group’s Water and Sanitation Program team is supporting the cause.
This will is an one day event. The mappers will get selected by online screening. Selected participants will be participating in a small training session. After that the teams will be divided and travel to the slums to collect data. After collecting data they will get back into the venue to upload them in to maps. Expert mappers will guide the whole initiative. Arif Nezami, CEO of PreneurLab says “Technology is a great tool to impact people's lives. We believe our participants will try to do their best to bring the slums into the global maps which will be very helpful for NGOs, Govt, ad doners.”Created by aHaSaN - Updated - Priority: medium
This task is a part of field mapping what are going to be coordinated by Ahasanul Hoque (@ahasan4u) in October 2015 supported by Save the Children Dhaka for one of their upcoming project named KOLOROB design phase. Intention is to create map alll the amenity services in Mirpur Bauniabandh Slum which have more than 62,000 population.Created by aHaSaN - Updated - Priority: medium
This task is part of a Mapathon week in Iringa, which has the goal to generate a basic road network of the Southern Highlands districts in Tanzania. Besides this it's part of training for a new group of OSM users.Created by dan_ke - Updated - Priority: low
This task consists of the bounds of the field papers pages used by the participants in Bangladesh Red Crescent / American Red Cross training on OpenMapKit. Please do not work on this task unless you are one of those selected participants.
Select your square and fill in missing details based on the notes taken on your field papers page(s).Created by aHaSaN - Updated - Priority: low
The flagship project for University of Portsmouth, Up For Uni mapping day!
This exercise should enable students to learn basic mapping skills.Created by rjhargreaves - Updated - Priority: low
This task is a part of four OSM training what are going to be conducted by Ahasanul Hoque (@ahasan4u) from 24th August arranged by Save the Children Dhaka for one of their upcoming project named KOLOROB design phase. Intention is to create 100 new OSM volunteers participating from different university of Dhaka who will later map the slum areas in Mirpur Dhaka .Created by aHaSaN - Updated - Priority: low
OSM mapping for UMS(Universiti Malaysia Sabah) by RGU(Rakuno Gakuen University,Japan)Created by kanji14134 - Updated - Priority: low
Zone résidentielle non cartographiéeCreated by EddyClaudeo - Updated - Priority: medium
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