For the first time, Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) is running a microgrants scheme, and we are one of the 10 awarded projects! Crowd2Map Tanzania is going to… Read more “Crowd2Map has been awarded a HOT microgrant!”
We are having a Mapping party in Vilnius & satellite locations to fight FGM in Tanzania on International Women’s Day! Join!
Last month Egle (@seplute) held a mapping session over Skype with Northampton University student group. The students quickly got hooked on mapping, claiming that it was “really… Read more “Holding a remote workshop with Northampton University student group”
With volunteers’ help we have mapped >42K km of roads, >700K buildings, 169 villages, >12K schools and 162 in Tanzania!
We are proud to announce that our project to fight FGM with maps was covered in The Guardian!
Last month a local freelance journalist in Tanzania – Sophie Tremblay (follow her for more amazing local news) – reached out to us, wanting to cover the work we… Read more “AJ+ news covers Crowd2Map: how maps help to fight FGM”
Anticipated for December, we have received word that the FGM season has started already in the Mara region of Tanzania. We are rushing to map two tasks that… Read more “FGM season started early”