The Peace Corps Stomp Out Malaria program in Senegal is requesting assistance building a better base map of Illimalo. 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
Mapper les routes, les bâtiments de la ville de Tahoua Niger
Cartographie des routes et des bâtiments de Tahoua, Niger et ses alentours.Created by OrsiJenei - Updated - Priority: medium
August, 2012: Dakar has experienced higher than expected rains leading to flooding in some areas. Help the local OSM-SN community and local NGOs in the Dakar region of Senegal by mapping
Août 2012 : La région de Dakar a subi des pluies qui ont entrainé des inondations. Aidez la communauté OSM-SN et les acteurs sur place en mappantUpdated - Priority: medium
As part of the EUROSHA project, a group of european and Kenyan volunteers are active mapping using OSM in Kenya for the next 6 months. Hosted by People In Peril Association (PIPA), they will answer geographical needs common to humanitarian, development and government actors.Updated - Priority: medium
Current floods in Serbia, areas in danger.
Map roads, buildings, waterways.Created by hbogner - Updated - Priority: medium
The Peace Corps Stomp Out Malaria program in Senegal is requesting assistance building a better base map of Badioula. 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
This project is for experienced mappers
Import/Integration of MSD & JSI/USAID collected Tanzanian road data. TM project #3Created by edvac - Updated - Priority: medium
The Peace Corps public health and education program in Mozambique is requesting assistance to inventory roads and buildings for a more detailed basemap of Mecanhelas. The map data will be used by a variety of stakeholders, including the local school to paint localized map murals and health organizations to better identify and navigate to patients and their families. Local groups will also use the map data for a geocoded malaria net survey while planning for an upcoming bednet distribution.Created by Choquette33 - Updated - Priority: medium
Seleka rebels invaded Central African Republic in December 2012 and took down Bangui in March 2013. The situation has continued to get worse and increasing violence due to attacks on civilians from Seleka's mainly Muslim fighters and Christian militias called "anti-balaka", meaning 'anti-machete'.
This job is to map the city of Kaga-Bandoro, the Nana-Grebizi prefecture and main city.
Les rebelles de la Seleka ont envahi la République Centrafricaine en décembre 2012 puis ont pris Bangui en Mars 2013. La situation n'a cessé depuis lors d'empirer avec des violences perpétrées par la soldats essentiellement musulmans de la Seleka et les milices chrétiennes dites "anti-balaka".
Cette tâche a pour objectif de cartographier la ville de Kaga-Bandoro, préfecture et ville principale de Nana-Grebizi.Created by sev_osm - Updated - Priority: medium
Remote mapping of the zone of lake Maga in the far north of Cameroon, as part of the EUROSHA (EURopean Open-Source Humanitarian Aid) project.
Cartographier à distance la zone du lac Maga dans l'extrème nord du Cameroun, dans le cadre du projet EUROSHA (EURopean Open-Source Humanitarian Aid).Created by Jorieke V - Updated - Priority: medium
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