#404 South Sudan, IDP area between Juba and Shambe

This job aims at mapping a large area between Juba and Shambe with Bing Imagery to get the pre-crisis context, before maybe having access to post-disaster imagery. This area is where over 100,000 people have fled from the east bank of the Nile to west, especially in Awerial County, to escape the continued fighting around Bor. They are now scattered all along this bank, sheltering in small villages and under trees.


Cette tâche vise à cartographier une large zone entre Juba et Shamblé avec l'imagerie Bing pour avoir un état de la situation avant crise, avant peut-être d'avoir accès à de l'imagerie post-crise. Dans cette zone, plus de 100 000 personnes ont fui la rive Est du Nil pour la rive Ouest, particulièrement dans le comté d'Awerial, afin d'échapper aux conflits autour de Bor. Elles sont désormais dispersées le long de la rive, trouvant abri dans des petits villages et sous les arbres.

Created by sev_osm - Updated - Priority: high

#991 Untitled project

Created by LindaA1 - Updated - Priority: medium

#979 Untitled project

Created by russdeffner - Updated - Priority: medium

#977 Kenya, Mara Region

Created by Maarten van der Veen - Updated - Priority: medium

#969 Missing Maps: Maiduguri, Nigeria (buildings and residential roads)

  • Author: Missing Maps / HOT
  • Requesting organization: MSF
  • Priority: High

MSF has started a nutritional programme in the southern part of Maiduguri, Borno state, Nigeria). More than one million internally displaced persons (IDPs) have been identified in Maiduguri alone, doubling the host population. Where MSF is providing care alone, there are approximately 227 000 IDPs. They are difficult to identify and reach. MSF targets the dense areas (more buildings = more population) as people there are more vulnerable to malnutrition and transmittable diseases. As MSFis new to the area, a more detailed map would allow surveillance teams to advance faster in order to facilitate food distribution.

The Missing Maps project aims to map the most vulnerable places in the world (affected by humanitarian crises: disease epidemics, conflict, natural disasters, poverty, environmental crises). Building on HOT's disaster preparedness projects, the Missing Maps tasks facilitate pre-emptive mapping of priority countries to better facilitate disaster response, medical activities and resource allocation when crises occur.

Created by pedrito1414 - Updated - Priority: medium

#952 Untitled project

Created by arobbins - Updated - Priority: medium

#951 Untitled project

Created by pgiraud - Updated - Priority: medium

#936 salima hrsl cut

Created by raymondnijssen - Updated - Priority: medium

#935 salima squares S

Created by raymondnijssen - Updated - Priority: medium

#934 Salima hrsl

Created by raymondnijssen - Updated - Priority: medium
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