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#168 Hama (SY05)

Hama (SY05) task for Syria activation.

Created by IknowJoseph - Updated - Priority: medium

#1321 Peace Corps Madagascar - Beronono

The Bed Net Surveillance Program is a Peace Corps Madagascar initiative. The goal of the program is to reduce malaria morbidity and mortality in participating communities by encouraging community members to regularly use mosquito nets. The Bed Net Surveillance Program will monitor LLIN (Long Lasting Insecticide-treated Nets) usage through the help of GIS (Geographic Information System) based technologies. Community leaders will focus sensitization efforts on households that do not routinely sleep under mosquito nets in order to achieve high bednet coverage rates.

Created by CourtneyMClark - Updated - Priority: medium

#1055 Bohol Island, Philippines OpenRoad project, Part III -- MapGive

Mapping Farm to Market and Tourist Roads

Contribute to Open Data in the Philippines to support development and growth, particularly World Bank financing for more farm-to-market roads and the improvement of roads around tourism areas. Contribute by tracing farm to market roads in Bohol, Central Visayas, Philippines.

Through the MapGive project, the Humanitarian Information Unit (HIU) of the U.S. Department of State is providing the OpenStreetMap community access to updated satellite imagery services to help assist with humanitarian mapping.

Created by tgertin - Updated - Priority: low

#1515 Peace Corps Botswana - Mochudi

Peace Corps' Public Health program in Botswana is requesting assistance to inventory buildings and roads for HIV/AIDS and TB prevention and treatment programs. Mochudi is a large village in Botswana. Like many areas of Botswana Mochudi suffers from high rates of HIV/AIDS prevalence as well as disproportionately high rates of TB. It is difficult to reach all of Mochudi's population, which is nearly 45,000 with HIV/AIDS treatment and prevention programs. With the help of OpenStreetMap, the District AIDS Office along with the District Health Management Team, plans to map the entirety of Mochudi, and later all of Kgatleng District. Upon completion of the map these organizations will be able to better analyze areas with high rates of HIV/AIDS. The District Health Management Team also plans to use OSM and geospatial data to improve operations of its TB, HIV/AIDS and sexually transmitted infection clinics.

Created by CourtneyMClark - Updated - Priority: medium

#1655 Missing Maps: Kambove, Katanga Province, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)

  • Author: Missing Maps / HOT
  • Requesting organization: MSF
  • Priority: Low

Kambove has been partially mapped through another HOT project, but to conduct effective epidemiology, building level data is needed, and a lot of neighbourhoods in Likasi are lacking in this area. Please help us complete the tracing of buildings and residential roads, so that the data can be used by MSF teams when disease outbreaks occur.

The Missing Maps project aims to map the most vulnerable places in the world (affected by humanitarian crises: disease epidemics, conflict, natural disasters, poverty, environmental crises). Building on HOT's disaster preparedness projects, the Missing Maps tasks facilitate pre-emptive mapping of priority countries to better facilitate disaster response, medical activities and resource allocation when crises occur.

Created by pedrito1414 - Updated - Priority: low

#165 EUROSHA Kenya Kuresoi District, job 1: mapping roads and buildings

As part of the EUROSHA project, a job for mapping buildings and roads in Kuresoi, Nakuru district, Kenya.

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Dans le cadre du projet EUROSHA (EURopean Open-Source Humanitarian Aid), un job pour cartographier ls bâtiments et les rues de Kuresoi, district de Nakuru, au Kenya

Created by shenriod - Updated - Priority: medium

#1276 Peace Corps Senegal - Samecouta

The Peace Corps Stomp Out Malaria program in Senegal is requesting assistance building a better base map of Samecouta. In collaboration with the Senegalese Ministry of Health, Peace Corps and Senegalese public health professionals will conduct a study to determine the importance of geographic proximity in malaria transmission. In other words, the team seeks to determine whether all members of a household should be preemptively treated for malaria if one member tests positive. The purpose of this task is to trace missing buildings and roads.

Created by CourtneyMClark - Updated - Priority: medium

#380 République Centrafricaine/Central African Republic, Ouham, Nana-Bakassa

On the 24th of March Séléka, a coalition of rebels, took the power by force in the Central-African Republic (CAR). Nana-Bakassa is one of the main towns in Ouham, one of the most affected prefectures (admin1 level). Because of the huge lack of geographical information for the humanitarian actors in the field (e.g. OCHA, Unicef, Solidarités International), this job was created.

french Le 24 Mars Séléka, une coalition de rebelles, a pris le pouvoir par la force en République Centrafricaine (RCA). Nana-Bakassa est l'une des principales localités de l'Ouham, l'une des préfectures les plus affectées. En raison d'un grand manque d'informations géographiques pour les acteurs humanitaires sur le terrain (par exemple, OCHA, UNICEF, Solidarité Internationale), cette tâche a été créée.

Created by sev_osm - Updated - Priority: medium

#1325 Peace Corps Madagascar - Mananara Avaratra

The Bed Net Surveillance Program is a Peace Corps Madagascar initiative. The goal of the program is to reduce malaria morbidity and mortality in participating communities by encouraging community members to regularly use mosquito nets. The Bed Net Surveillance Program will monitor LLIN (Long Lasting Insecticide-treated Nets) usage through the help of GIS (Geographic Information System) based technologies. Community leaders will focus sensitization efforts on households that do not routinely sleep under mosquito nets in order to achieve high bednet coverage rates.

Created by CourtneyMClark - Updated - Priority: medium

#310 Private Test

Created by mikelmaron - Updated - Priority: medium
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