One of the most exciting projects in development work I happen to read about in these last years is MapKibera. Through the use of open source data, collection of geodata and participatory processes, the project managed to, literally, put the biggest African slum on the maps, from where it had been conspicuously ignored until then – being, officially, an irregular settlement. 595 more words
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Innovations in Geographic Information Systems Mapping Technology: GIS Working Group Meeting, October 2017
To promote and improve the use of geospatial data by the implementing partners of the United States President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEFPAR), MEASURE Evaluation—funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and PEPFAR—convened a meeting of the Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Working Group in Washington, DC, on October 23, 2017. 154 more words
Lo and behold, I’ve finally managed something. At least it looks like something. I have yet to decide how useful this thing really is.
What I have here are all my key words mapped out in some sort of cluster map showing which ideas are closely related and the degrees in which things are related. 61 more words