Projects


#514 WVU - Ekwendeni

This project is designed for GIS day at WVU. Participants will map ONLY the buildings in Ekwendeni. All edits will be checked by the creator of the project and then deleted or verified for the OpenStreetMap database.

Created by amarrington - Updated - Priority: low

#490 Cam Thuy; Local Road Asset Management Program (P155086)

The Objective of the Operation is to improve road and bridge connectivity for the rural communities of the participating provinces in Vietnam.

Created by jeepneysurvey - Updated - Priority: low

#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

#463

Created by Shangkuanlc - Updated - Priority: low

#462 Kajajula Parish Tororo District

Author: YouthMappers/ MapUganda Requesting Organisation: YouthMappers Uganda Imagery: Digital Globe Premium

Created by danielzyt - Updated - Priority: low

#461 Maundo Parish Tororo District

Author: YouthMappers/ MapUganda Requesting Organisation: YouthMappers Uganda Imagery: Digital Globe Premium

Created by danielzyt - Updated - Priority: low

#460 Namwaya Parish Tororo District

Author: YouthMappers/ MapUganda Requesting Organisation: YouthMappers Uganda Imagery: Digital Globe Premium

Created by danielzyt - Updated - Priority: low

#447 Map Your City: Map Cox's Bazar

Reaching for Cox's Bazar and to map the city to it's block level including landmarks.

Created by tasauf1980 - Updated - Priority: low

#434 DRR 01: Map Sirajganj (Belkuchi, Chouhali, Shahjadpur)

This year in Sirajganj, the flood situation in five upazilas -- Kazipur, Shahzadpur, Belkuchi, Chouhali and Sadar - has taken a serious turn following the rise in water level of the Jamuna River, worsening the woes of the flood-affected people. These areas are affected by normal and flash flood almost every year. This task is assigned to create a base map for some part of Sirajganj District heavily affected in recent flood in 2017.

Created by tasauf1980 - Updated - Priority: low

#388 #Map4Wakiso - Wakiso District Safe/Clean Water Access | Wakiso District, Uganda

The #Map4Wakiso project has been established for Mashpee (MA) High School AP Human Geography students to map buildings in the Wakiso District of Uganda which is affected by issues with access to safe/clean water.

Created by shawnmgoulet - Updated - Priority: low
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About the Tasking Manager

OSM Tasking Manager is a mapping tool designed and built for the Humanitarian OSM Team collaborative mapping. The purpose of the tool is to divide up a mapping job into smaller tasks that can be completed rapidly. It shows which areas need to be mapped and which areas need the mapping validated.
This approach facilitates the distribution of tasks to the various mappers in a context of emergency. It also permits to control the progress and the homogeinity of the work done (ie. Elements to cover, specific tags to use, etc.).


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