[HOT] OpenStreetMap West Africa Ebola Response
wsnyder at femac.us
Wed Apr 15 21:17:00 UTC 2015
I am adding this dashboard as a link at FEMAC.INFO
Any updates or concerns, please contact me directly
Thx and keep up the good work
CEO / Founder
wsnyder at femac.us
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On 2015-04-15 1:28 pm, FOFANA BAZO BAGNOUMANA wrote:
> hi Pierre,
> Thank you for this update. I try to join the cartographers at night in order to contribute to this effort
> 2015-04-15 17:21 GMT+00:00 Pierre Béland <pierzenh at yahoo.fr>:
>> While the number of Ebola cases and death has significantly dropped down, it is important to control the new cases. This Ebola dashboard monitors the new cases.
>> http://simonbjohnson.github.io/Ebola_Dashboard/ 
>> Is as been reported many times over the last year how the OpenStreetMap community role is important to support the cases tracing by the humanitarian organizations. The Guinea - Sierra Border south of Conakry is the area were UNMEER and the humanitarian organizations investigate presently to control these new cases and ask us to support them.
>> See the Task manager jobs http://tasks.hotosm.org 
>> This twitter shows 23 contributors that participate today mapping job 976, south of Conakry. Probably a mapping party going on. Thanks to the organizers.
>> https://twitter.com/pierzen/status/588387406929342464 
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> Fofana B. Bazo, Géographe, contributeur OpenStreetMap, Membre fondateur de la Communauté OSM_BF
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