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#781 INSIST II ( Integrated Services for Infrastructure and Sanitation Technology ) II - Kelurahan Penjaringan

Improvement of access and sanitation service demand in an urban area especially Kelurahan Penjaringan, in North Jakarta

Created by Adityo - Updated - Priority: medium

#779 Central African Republic. Refugees in Cameroon, Gbiti

  • Author: HOT
  • Mapping for: All the humanitarian stakeholders
  • Purpose: Crisis Response
  • Priority: High

In mid 2014, almost 400,000 people from CAR left their home to flee in neighboring countries. The main refugee location is in Cameroon, as showed on this UNHCR map.

Created by sev_osm - Updated - Priority: medium

#772 Untitled project

Created by Djibrine Alkhali - Updated - Priority: medium

#771 Untitled project

Created by mahamoud - Updated - Priority: medium

#770 Untitled project

Created by tchacker-TchadMapOsm - Updated - Priority: medium

#769 Badan Geologi - Buildings and Roads Mapping Around Bromo

Indonesia Geological Agency is the national agency in Indonesia who has the authority for volcano analysis in Indonesia. The Geological Agency is now trying to collect the infrastructure data around mount Bromo (one of the most activated volcano in West Java) for getting the better analysis of volcano eruption impact.

Created by mahardika fadmastuti - Updated - Priority: medium

#768 Bohol Island, Philippines OpenRoad project, Part I -- 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: medium

#759 Nyamira County, Kenya. Jumpstart County GIS

Nyamira County is working to create mapping products, to be used for the sustainable development and planning of this rural, but rapidly growing Kenyan county.

During #OSMGeoWeek, OSM aims to contribute through remote mapping of roads and forest.

Created by mikelmaron - Updated - Priority: medium

#758 Bajrabarahi Remote Mapping

Mapping Bajrabarahi VDC using satellite imagery.

Created by Nirab Pudasaini - Updated - Priority: medium

#751 Beni, Nord-Kivu, DRC

During the month of October 2014, repeated massacres in the city of Beni killed more than one hundred people. Making Beni map more accurate will provide a better support for the next field surveys. 2016 EDIT: we are temporarily reopening this task!

Created by clairedelune - Updated - Priority: medium
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This approach facilitates the distribution of tasks to the various mappers in a context of emergency. It also permits control of the progress and the homogeneity of the work done (e.g. elements to cover, specific tags to use, etc.).


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