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#2258 DOST-Project NOAH (ISAIAH) Structures Map Up Aurora

Mapping up structures in Aurora

Created by feyeandal - Updated - Priority: low

#2255 Secondary Cities - La Ceiba, Honduras (buildings only)

The Secondary Cities (2C) project is a field-based initiative of the Office of the Geographer at the U.S. Department of State to map for Resiliency, Human Security, and Emergency Preparedness. As such, 2C builds partnerships to create geospatial capacity, enhance understanding through data and mapping, and enable science-based decision making. In cooperation with these efforts, we seek to contribute towards baseline spatial data that will be useful to communities on the ground as their projects are developed. This particular task will be to map the buildings of La Ceiba, Honduras.

Created by bgirardot - Updated - Priority: low

#2252 Hurricane Matthew: Grand'Anse October 2016 Update

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PLEASE DO NOT WORK ON THIS PROJECT YET - STILL UNDER DISCUSSION. THANK YOU! --------------------------------------------------

Project NOT suitable for new mappers

Advanced image interpretation skills required

  • Author: HOT
  • Requesting organization: Red Cross

Hurricane Matthew caused catastrophic damage to western Haiti. This project uses post-event imagery, which shows the dramatic impact on man-made structures and vegetation in the departments of Grand'Anse and Sud.

Created by giovand - Updated - Priority: low

#2246 Tottori Earthquake 2016: KURAYOSHI (buildings only)

Tottori Earthquake 2016 (Heisei 28) happened at 14:07, October 21, 2016 in central of Torrori prefecture, Japan. Scale M (magnitude) 6.6 (provisional value), the maximum earthquake intensity is a little less than 6.

鳥取県中部地震|Wikipedia

How to join?|learnosm.org

Created by MAPconcierge - Updated - Priority: low

#2241 Missing Maps: Lilongwe

Map buildings and roads to help efforts to eliminate measles.

Created by emilyeros - Updated - Priority: low

#2240 Missing Maps: Nsanje District, Malawi (roads part 3)

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

MSF needs to get a fair statistical representation sample of populations in a specific district of Malawi (Nsanje District).The maps will help MSF team on the field to find access more easily to randomly selected villages and group of houses. MSF is conducting an important study that aims to gather critical information about the real and true percentage of people affected by HIV. We need to know as precisely as possible, within that given population who has been tested for HIV, and who has started treatment, are currently under treatment, and are responding well to it.

This study will help the MSF and Ministry of Health teams in the field better measure the current, joint effort to fight HIV. It will help steer the MSF and Ministry of Health decision making process and should lead to better and more impactful operations.

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 Violaine_Do - Updated - Priority: low

#2233 Ecuador - Mt. Cotopaxi, Latacunga

In August 2015, Ecuador declared a state of emergency after Cotopaxi shot ash 7 miles into the air on August 2015. The volcano has since continued spewing ash and steam, causing continued concern for those living in the vulnerable areas nearby. Currently, not much open data exists for the region, which is concerning since many high populated areas are located nearby – including the nation’s capital, Quito. Due to the former, roads, buildings, rivers, and bridges are the primary needs for feature tracing within OpenStreetMap.

Created by geocruizer - Updated - Priority: low

#2227 CHAI - Escuintla, Guatemala - Waterways Project 01

Dar Ramani Huria CHAI Project, please only map as part of the Ramani Huria or HOT Indonesia teams

Clinton Health Access Initiative - Malaria Team is working to reduce malaria in one of the most important districts in Guatemala.

Created by bgirardot - Updated - Priority: low

#2215 Missing Maps Dianguirdé, Mali

Please have a look to the french version for additional informations

Created by Violaine_Do - Updated - Priority: low

#2208 CHAI - Escuintla, Guatemala Final Pass - Project 02

Dar Ramani Huria CHAI Project, please only map as part of the Ramani Huria or HOT Indonesia teams

Clinton Health Access Initiative - Malaria Team is working to reduce malaria in one of the most important districts in Guatemala.

Created by bgirardot - Updated - Priority: low
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