Are you in a Geography or International Development university department, wanting a real life example of how mapping can help rural African communities? Who are we? Crowd2Map… Read more “Volunteering Opportunity for University Students”
Our story has been featured in Broadly – a digital media channel by Vice media, focused exclusively on issues that matter most to women. Read the excellent… Read more “Crowd2Map featured in Broadly, by Vice media”
We have been running community training in rural Tanzania to get locals to map their own communities with the Maps.me app on their phones. The only problem… Read more “Have an old Android phone? Don’t let it go to waste”
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!
Crowd2Map Tanzania participated in Mozilla Festival 2016, presenting in the Science Fair & holding a mapping session with a live link to Mugumu Safe House.
We are presenting today at HOT Summit in Brussels! Here is our talk: Our State of the Map lighting talk & workshop “Improving canvas for participatory mapping… Read more “We’re at HOT Summit & State of Map 2016 Brussels!”
Received a note from Wambura Kisika, the legal officer at the Mugumu Safe House! Here it is, in his own words, why our mapping is helping their crucial effort to fight FGM