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#88 EUROSHA Kenya Marigat job 1: mapping roads and buildings

As part of the EUROSHA project, a job for mapping buildings and roads in Marigat, Baringo 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 Marigat, district de Baringo, au Kenya

Updated - Priority: medium

#87 Palu Tsunami footprint

Palu is the capital of Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. It lies directly on a fault line and has a high chance of tsunami impact.

Updated - Priority: medium

#85 Help Digitize Villages for Ijen Mt. Contingency Planning

SURABAYA: Mount Ijen, a volcanic mountain standing 2,386 meters above sea level in East Java, is experiencing an escalation in volcanic activity, according to the Volcanic and Geological Disaster Mitigation Center (PVMBG).

Bahasa: SURABAYA: Gunung Ijen, sebuah gunung berapi di Jawa Timur dengan ketinggian 2.386 meter di atas permukaan laut, telah mengalami peningkatan aktivitas vulkanik, menurut Pusat Vulkanologi dan Mitigasi Bencana Geologi (PVMBG).

Updated - Priority: medium

#84 EUROSHA Chad Gore job 1: mapping roads and buildings.

As part of the EUROSHA project, a group of european and chadian volunteers are active mapping using OSM in Chad for the next 6 months. Hosted by the Italian NGO ACRA in Gore they will answer geographical needs common to humanitarian, development and government actors

Updated - Priority: medium

#82 Merapi Volcano #MissingMaps

Author: HOT, AIFDR, UNOCHA, BNPB

Mount Merapi (Fire Mountain), it is one of the most active volcano in Indonesia and has erupted regularly since 1548. The eruption cycle is 2-5 years and this volcano is located in densely populated area.

Video

Video of new powerful Merapi volcano eruption in Indonesia

Indonesia buried in ash after volcano Merapi eruption

Please help map this area to help official and volunteer do better preparedness and response for the disaster.

Updated - Priority: medium

#77 Kuta Mapping Training

Let's map all the roads in Kuta, Bali.

Updated - Priority: medium

#74 EUROSHA Kenya Nakuru job 1: mapping roads and buildings.

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

#72 Central African Republic, Bangui: mapping roads and buildings / Bangui, République Centrafricaine : routes et bâtiments

Au 15 avril 2013, la partie nord de Bangui est celle qui reste le plus à cartographier, vous pouvez donc choisir de préférence un carré dans cette zone, notamment le long de la RN1.

La zone en RDC de l'autre côté du fleuve Ubangui a été cartographiée via un job à part (#218) désormais achevé.

On April 15th, the northern parts of Bangui still need to be mapped, so you this task grid presents this preferred area to focus on. Focus especially along the RN1 road.

The areas across the Ubangui river have been already mapped through a specific job (#218), now completed

Updated - Priority: medium

#71 EUROSHA Chad N'djamena job 1: mapping roads and buildings.

As part of the EUROSHA project, a group of european and bunudi's volunteers are active mapping using OSM in Chad for the next 6 months. Hosted by Acra they will answer geographical needs common to humanitarian, development and government actors

Updated - Priority: medium
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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 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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