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Community Mappers Total number of Mappers using HOT Tasking Manager

Total Map Edits Total number of edits using HOT Tasking Manager from Missing Maps API

Buildings Mapped Total number of buildings mapped using HOT Tasking Manager from Missing Maps API

Roads Mapped (KM) Total length of roads mapped using HOT Tasking Manager from Missing Maps API

Recent news from Haiti (View all news)

Hurricane Matthew Update

Dale Kunce — 8 October, 2016

Hurricane Matthew

Dale Kunce — 4 October, 2016

Using motorcycles to survey in Haiti

Hey All,As part of the CAP103 project, financed by USAID, being run in the North of Haiti right now we have started coordinating motorcycles for survey purposes.[inline:IMG_2619.JPG]The purpose of using the motos is two-fold:1. To be able to transport teams of OSM surveyors to remote locations it would otherwise be difficult to reach.2. To be able to collect a solid network of GPS traces for the area's major and minor ways. Once collected, they can be used as a resource for setting offsets and positions for any aerial imageries.

Brian Wolford — 28 May, 2013

Return to the training in Saint-Marc, Haiti: mixing generic and specific teaching aid to build strong OSM mapping capacities

Our previous posts about the Saint-Marc, Haiti project did not focus really about the training made there, what was one the main activities as the objectives were both improving the baseline data and buildings strong local mapping capacities. We wish we would have posted this post earlier, but as it deals with a specific documentation whose main version was in French, we had to clean the English original version so that it fits with all the changes we made in the French one throughout the three months of the program.

Séverin Ménard — 24 June, 2012