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Geoffrey Kateregga

StaffVoting MemberGIS Training Officer & Community Programs Assistant

Bio

Geoffrey Kateregga has been working with HOT since March 2015 as the Lead Mapping Supervisor in Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania engaged in Community Mapping for Flood Resilience. Currently he is working on Mapping Financial Inclusion in Uganda. Prior to that he worked with Mapping Day building a network of enthusiastic mappers in Uganda.

Posts

GeoChicas: Mapping the path of women after the earthquake in Oaxaca

The earthquakes that occurred in September 2017 in Mexico affected different areas of the country, including Mexico City, Chiapas and the State of Oaxaca.

5 October, 2018

The Inaugral Data for Development Festival

From the 21st to 23rd March 2018 I was fortunate to attend and speak at the Data for Development Festival, the inaugural in-person gathering...

8 April, 2018

Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team and UNHCR work together to empower refugees and hosting communities in Uganda

Uganda is the center of the world's fastest growing refugee crisis: every day around 2,000 people stream across Uganda's borders fleeing famine, drought and...

6 September, 2017

Volunteers in Uganda and Turkey Rally to Support Refugees on World Refugee Day

What connects Kampala and Istanbul? You might be thinking that Kampala and Istanbul are worlds apart, but volunteers in both cities rallied around a...

3 July, 2017

5,600,000 map edits to Eliminate Malaria

Malaria is a preventable and treatable infectious disease transmitted by mosquitoes that kills more than one million people each year, most of them in...

19 May, 2017

How Youth Mappers in Uganda are improving their mapping skills through mapping with HOT for Malaria Elimination

During our 2nd year at University for our Internship in 2016 we were privileged to work with the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) in Uganda...

22 March, 2017

Learning from HOT Indonesia

From 8th to 29th January 2017, I am visiting HOT Indonesia in a Knowledge Exchange Program. Up to now, HOT has executed two projects...

27 January, 2017

Recent flooding in Dar Es Salaam shows need for maps

For the past 5 days it has been raining non-stop in Dar es Salaam, causing damaging floods across the city. Schools and hospitals have...

12 May, 2015

Updates from Dar es Salaam

For the past three weeks, the HOT team in Tanzania comprising of Steven Bukulu, Geoffrey Kateregga, Paul Uithol and Jeff  Haack has been involved...

22 April, 2015

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