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Projects


  • OpenStreetMap Uganda with support from the Uganda Red Cross Society from the 25th to the 28th of the November 2020 set out to assess and determine the extent of the floods in Kanara Subcounty and Kanara Town Council in Ntoroko District just south of Lake Albert using GIS, Drone Technology and Photogrammetry....

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  • In the fight against COVID19,Geographic infromation systems have played an important role in many aspects, including the rapid aggregation of multi-source data, balancing and management of the supply and demand of material resources and many more which provide solid spatial information to support for decision making, measures formulation and policy...

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  • MapUganda in conjunction with Elevate carried out a mapping project to map Core Primary teachers’ colleges (CPTC), Coordinating Centers (CC) and Coordinating Center Tutor (CCT) in Uganda. This was done in partnership and on behalf of the ministry of education and sports, Teacher/tutor, Instructor Education and Training Department (TIETD)...

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  • In big African cities like Kampala, Addis, Accra, and Dakar, the “paratransit” services are responsible for the majority of public transport ridership, accounting for 70 to 100% of all transit rides. Paratransit owes its massive popularity to its flexibility...

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  • The World Bank is currently supporting the Government of Uganda (GoU) through several mechanisms to increase resilience in Kampala and other urban areas by improving infrastructure and developing capacity. A common goal of these programs is to improve access to baseline data and risk-related information to quicken decision making processes...

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  • The project is being carried out within the five divisions of Kampala city in Uganda with the main objective of creating open data for decision making and the community awareness about waste disposal in Kampala city. The project is being carried out with a number of efforts from Uganda youth mappers, Map Uganda staff and KCCA.

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