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#903 Peace Corps Senegal - Velingara I

The Peace Corps' Health Program in Senegal is requesting assistance to inventory buildings and roads for analysis of the location and availability of trained malaria community health agents. More detailed basemap data (roads, buildings, streets) is needed to assist the program.

Created by Choquette33 - Updated - Priority: low

#850 Untitled project

Tâche réservée. Compléter et corriger la donnée sur l'île.

Created by MisterBass - Updated - Priority: low

#849 Indonesia OSM Community Mapathon - Pontianak, West Kalimantan

Despite being the third biggest Island in the world, Borneo is still properly uncharted in OSM. Especially, the Kalimantan part (Indonesia). OpenStreetMap Indonesia Community will meet to hold a mapathon and work on this task together. You are more than welcome to join us and chart from the distance, wherever you are.

Created by vasanthi - Updated - Priority: low

#836 Missing Maps: Displaced communities, Iraq (east)

  • Author: Missing Maps
  • Requesting Organization: MSF
  • Priority: Low

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.

The objective of MSF's activities in this area is to help displaced people get vital healthcare and hygiene support, both through supporting the Ministry of Health and through targeted "MSF-independent" activities. As the needs are not uniform, the delivery of these medical services will need to be highly targeted. To map the needs of these vulnerable communities, and to facilitate targeted interventions, the MSF team need accurate base maps.

Created by pedrito1414 - Updated - Priority: low

#797 Opuwo, Namibia

The geograpgy department of the University of Middelburg in The Netherlands has a connection with the city of Opuwo in Namibia. This task is set up to first do the remote mapping of Opuwo and will be probably followed by on the field mapping.

Created by Jorieke V - Updated - Priority: low

#716 Untitled project

Created by Emmanuel Bama - Updated - Priority: low

#710 Ivory Coast, Abidjan, streets and landmarks

Created by sev_osm - Updated - Priority: low

#671 Untitled project

Created by ndongpotter - Updated - Priority: low

#628 Kota Depok

Tasking manager ini dibuat untuk keperluan Training OSM di Universitas Indonesia dan latihan digitasi bagi mahasiswa.

Created by vasanthi - Updated - Priority: low

#598 Map Sedhiou (Casamance, Sénégal)

Mapping the commune of Sedhiou (Casamance, Sénégal)

Created by Nicolas Chavent - Updated - Priority: low
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