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VisitOpenMap Development Tanzania
Plot 228, House 15
Lukuledi Street Regent Estate
Mikocheni, Dar es Salaam
Community Mappersⓘ Total number of Mappers using HOT Tasking Manager
Total Map Editsⓘ Total number of edits using HOT Tasking Manager from Missing Maps
Buildings Mappedⓘ Total number of buildings mapped using HOT Tasking Manager from Missing Maps
Roads Mapped (KM)ⓘ Total length of roads mapped using HOT Tasking Manager from Missing Maps
Recent news from Tanzania (View all news)
Building a Detailed Flood Model with Community Mapped Drainage Data (by the Resilience Academy)
The Resilience Academy partnered with Delft University of Technology to investigate if this data is suitable for urban flood modelling through the development of a flood model with community mapped drainage data.
OMDTZ Community Impact Microgrants Call — 2021
Open Map Development Tanzania is looking for at least eight Tanzanian OSM communities to receive microgrants. Applications are due by 5 May 2021.
Exposure Data and Models Shared with Disaster Management Stakeholders in Tanzania
The METEOR project has been a three-year initiative supported by the UK Space Agency International Partnership Programme to generate disaster exposure data and models in two pilot countries — Tanzania and Nepal. The process has since been repeated in another 45 official development assistance countries.
Community Data for Improved Disaster Management and Urban Planning — Mwanza, Tanzania (by OMDTZ)
OpenMap Development Tanzania reports on mapping and capacity building in Mwanza City, Tanzania.
Equipping University Students with Digital Geospatial Skills: More than 10,000 Flood Data Points Mapped in Eight Weeks
Ramani Huria has been training students in Dar es Salaam and equipping them with industrial and technical skills for the 21st Century while generating vital high-precision, low-cost data for flood prediction and preparedness.
Community Mapping for Urban Risk in Mwanza, Tanzania
Spatial Collective, Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team, and OpenMap Development Tanzania extend their engagement to Mwanza