May 14, 2017
By Ivan Gayton
In 2016, Missing Maps (Humanitarian Open Street Map, MSF, American and Sierra Leone Red Cross) launched a project to survey geo-located vulnerabilities in Post-Ebola West Africa. Spanning Liberia, Guinea, and Sierra Leone, the project put thousands of communities onto the world map (Open Street Map), and created a capacity for the people of these countries to represent themselves and their needs.
If you have ever looked for these countries on google maps, you will realize that they are literally blank. Not any more!
Click below to DOWNLOAD a trip report from the Sierra Leone element of the project by WAMM project consultant Rupert Allan . . .