Posts tagged mapping
Oct, Nov, and Dec ICYMI Roundups

Short takeaways from our key events in October, November, and December. 

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Putting Communities on the Map: World AIDS Day Mapathon

More than 70 people gathered in DC on November 30 in the observance of World AIDS day to celebrate over 30 years of progress against HIV/AIDS. By the end of the evening over 1,500 data points were mapped throughout rural areas of Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, and Côte d'Ivoire that have been impacted by HIV/AIDS.

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Taking Stock: Our Hub 2016 Year in Review

As 2016 draws to a close, we reflect on what we accomplished at the OpenGov Hub this year.

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Mapping for Humanitarian Good

More than 50 people gathered in DC on November 16 to celebrate geography and contribute to OpenStreetMap, a free and openly editable map of the world. This year’s OpenStreetMap GeoWeek main event launched the first open mapping projects designed by U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), specifically focused on program areas surrounding Lake Victoria in Kenya and Tanzania.

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