[HOT] Let us finish the old featured job in the Tasking Manager!
severin.menard at gmail.com
Fri Jul 11 15:10:30 UTC 2014
I contacted someone I know from WFP so that he can tell me who whould be
the good persons for this. I introduce you as soon as I get an answer.
I agree, this is the kind of forgotten crisis. But at least we did
something, we are the only Virtual Technical Community that did I think.
On Mon, Jun 23, 2014 at 3:48 AM, Mark Cupitt <markcupitt at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Severin, I think that we have mapped enough of the area so far where it
> could be of value. If you could kindly introduce me to any stakeholders who
> could put it to use or add input as to additional needs I am happy to
> coordinate with them
> Tharparker has been receiving some slow steady mapping in between the
> other efforts, if anyone has time to contribute and help us close it out
> all efforts would be greatly appreciated.
> Kind Regards
> Mark Cupitt
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> On Sun, Jun 22, 2014 at 11:38 PM, Severin Menard <severin.menard at gmail.com
> > wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> We have a few jobs stuck in the Tasking Manager featured jobs lis
>> <http://tasks.hotosm.org/>t, for quite a long time. Some were actually
>> achieved even if their completion rate was not 100% and have been
>> unfeatured. I let the people in contact with the Bosnian OSM community to
>> state about the job on top of the list.
>> Remain a few that wold deserve to be achieved. From up to down:
>> *Tharparkar Drought in Sindh, Pakistan (Glide: DR-2014-000035
>> This job is going forward slowly but surely thanks to Mark and other
>> This is clearly one silent crisis with very few media coverage and
>> actually a low humanitarian response, as mentioned last month
>> by OCHA. The authorities <http://pdma.gos.pk/new/> response is
>> apparently criticized
>> One active local organization seems to be Jaggarta
>> <http://www.jaggarta.org/> (see their report
>> <http://reliefweb.int/report/pakistan/tharparkar-drought-2014>), we
>> could approach them. Also, recently Australia gave funds to WFP
>> <http://reliefweb.int/report/pakistan/australia-donates-27-million-wfp-help-build-resilience-sindh> that
>> is a stakeholder that used to use OSM and we can contact to fit their needs
>> (if needed, I can introduce you, Mark)
>> *South Sudan, Nimule and Juba-Shambe areas*
>> The political situation my be calmer but the rainy season worsened the
>> food insecurity. This job can be finished quickly and then we can map Juba,
>> the capital city, with a recent imagery provided by HIU, as soon as we will
>> have inform the offsets with the offset db, following the experience made a
>> few months ago in Malakal with GISCorps (getting back on this soon).
>> *Goma, DRC*
>> Goma is important to be mapped for preparedness regarding the instable
>> situation in this region. Here a slow but impressive work led by Andrew is
>> ongoing and not far to be achieved.
>> *Central African Republic, Kembé*
>> Still a major political crisis, we continue our systematic mapping of the
>> country, prioritizing the places with humanitarian actions or concerns.
>> Kembé is actually a old job that I featured again as the MapBox imagery
>> allows to complete the cloudy areas on Bing. But seems being on the bottom
>> of the list is not a good place for a job to be finished. :)
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