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Biondi Sanda Sima

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Biondi Sima was a Communications Specialist at HOT Indonesia. He studied International Economic Policy and Sustainable Development at SciencesPo Paris and Peking University Beijing. He leads many community engagement activities during his varsity years, including being appointed as Open Government Young Ambassador by Indonesia's President's Delivery Unit (UKP4) and serve as a youth focal point to G-20 Sherpa Indonesia through Indonesian Youth Diplomacy.

Other than Bahasa Indonesia and English, Biondi speaks intermediate Chinese Mandarin and lower intermediate French. 


HOT Hosted a Mapathon in the State University of Semarang

In April 16-18, Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) Indonesia collaborated with the State University of Semarang (UNNES) to host a mapathon for the capital of...

18 May, 2018

Engaging with Youth, HOT’s Uni Battle Map Winner Becomes the First YouthMappers Chapter in Indonesia

Youth is a critical partner in carrying out HOT’s mission. We worked together with university students and young people since the very inception of...

26 April, 2018

HOT InAWARE Project Relocates to Mapping Lifeline Infrastructures in Semarang

By the end of 2017, HOT concluded the mapping of lifeline infrastructure in Indonesia’s capital, Jakarta. Our data entry specialists swept through 44 subdistricts...

12 March, 2018

Mapping the Thousand Islands in the Face of Climate-Induced Disasters

On October 23, three waterspouts were seen next to each other, sweeping across parts of the Thousand Islands, the northernmost territory of Jakarta. Although...

31 October, 2017

GrabBike Drivers Support Disaster Managers Identify IDP Camps in Bali

Grab Indonesia, a ride-hailing startup, started an unprecedented initiative in the humanitarian world. Partnering up with Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT), GrabBike drivers were trained...

24 October, 2017

Mapping Administrative Boundaries and Evacuation Routes for the Pacific Disaster Center and BNPB's InAWARE Project

The InAWARE mapping project in Jakarta, Indonesia, is in its fifth month, nearing 80% of completion. The project aims to comprehensively map and collect...

7 September, 2017

OpenStreetMap for Rural Development and Poverty Eradication

In August 1-4, HOT Indonesia, represented by its Communications Specialist, had the opportunity to attend Regional Expert Meeting for rural development and poverty eradication...

7 August, 2017

HOT Indonesia Hosts Mapathon for InAWARE Jakarta Mapping Project with the University of Indonesia

The Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) Indonesia hosts a mapathon with students from the University of Indonesia’s (UI) Department of Geography. UI, one of Indonesia’s...

15 June, 2017

InAWARE Mapping Project Moves from Surabaya to Jakarta

After a successful round of mapping Surabaya’s infrastructures in three months, the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) Indonesia relocates to the country’s capital, Jakarta. Continuing...

22 May, 2017

Branching out Manpower to Mapping 136 Priority Areas in Indonesia through Training of Trainers (ToT)

As we wrote earlier, Indonesia’s disaster management agency is taking on a quantum leap this year, setting up on the creation of contingency planning for all the 136 priority cities/districts in Indonesia. Managing risks and safeguarding all economic and development hubs in the country is not an easy task, but a necessary one.

27 April, 2017

Paving the Road to Inclusivity, HOT Trains Mapping Skills to Disabled Communities

Supriyadi, 60, lost his ability to walk 11 years ago when a magnitude of 5.9 earthquake shook Yogyakarta, one of Indonesia’s provincial capital. It...

25 April, 2017

Celebrating International Women’s Day: HOT Empowers Women with ICT and Mapping Skills

Commemorating International Women’s Day, the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) Indonesia organized a mapping event, #WomenMap, using free and open-source mapping tools. The event was...

13 March, 2017

HOT Concludes City-wide Mapping Project in Surabaya: Key Results and Lessons Learned

As the city-wide mapping project in Surabaya is nearing completion, Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) Indonesia reflects on some of its key achievements and lessons...

20 February, 2017

HOT Indonesia Launches a Tasking Manager and Pidie Mapathon in Response to Aceh Earthquake.

At 5.00 am Wednesday (7/12/16), a magnitude 6.5 earthquake shook Pidie Jaya District, Aceh Province. The epicentre is located at 5.25 N and 96.24...

13 December, 2016

Boosting Spatial Data Awareness and Participation, HOT Indonesia Hosts OSMGeoWeek Talkshow

November 13th–19th is celebrated annually as Geography Awareness Week. Also known as OSMGeoWeek, it aims to foster awareness in geography, spatial data and its usage...

24 November, 2016

Collaborating with University Students, HOT Hosts a Mapathon at the Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember in Surabaya

Data infrastruktur vital yang tidak lengkap, tidak mutakhir dan tidak terorganisir secara sistematis menjadi salah satu hambatan besar dalam upaya penciptaan rencana kontinjensi kebencanaan....

11 November, 2016

Help Disaster Management in Surabaya by Mapping Remotely

Early this year, major parts of Surabaya were inundated by floods. Occasional event such as this may paralyze economic activities and put its citizens’...

19 October, 2016

HOT Prepares to Map Lifeline Infrastructure in Surabaya

Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) Indonesia continued in taking up its role for the InAWARE (All-hazard Warnings, Analysis, and Risk Evaluation) program. InAWARE is a...

30 September, 2016

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