[HOT] Peace Corps mapping for Vanuatu
cclark2 at peacecorps.gov
Sun Mar 22 20:50:27 UTC 2015
Hi Pierre (and the rest of the HOT community),
Thank you for advice and input. It would be great if you could create that
task for us. Please send me the link once it is live. We will also focus on
mapping Kiribati and Tuvalu.
Here are some tweets if you would like to tweet about or come to our
events. Thank you in advance for sharing with your Twitter followers:
>From Charlotte Wolter at Tech Lady: Returned Peace Corps group in
Washington, D.C., to do HOT mapping for Vanuatu typhoon disaster, using
their experience as volunteers in the island nation.
#PeaceCorps to train its evacuated #Vanuatu Volunteers in @hotosm via video
chat. They'll provide detailed local knowledge to @openstreetmap
#PeaceCorps will host an @openstreetmap session for #Vanuatu, #Kiribati &
#Tuvalu on 3/23, 6 pm at their HQ. Open to the public, byo laptop!
I hope to see members of the HOT community at our event tomorrow!
On Fri, Mar 20, 2015 at 4:47 PM, Pierre Béland <pierzenh at yahoo.fr> wrote:
> Hi Courtney,
> wonderful that you can have people with local knowledge.
> Other then the more vital infrastructures, they can add other objects such
> as hotels, resorts, restaurants, etc. While this map is useful for
> emergency, it will also be used to support economic activities in general.
> If you want to concentrate on a specific area related to this Vanuatu
> response, we can prepare a Task manager job for the islands to look at,
> basically Port Villa and the southern islands.
> People can also simply choose an island or a part of an island. To this
> regard, there are Kiribati and Tuvalu that have been affected to a lesser
> degree. We did not have time yet to respond for these areas. Kiribati is a
> country not very high from the sea have been affected by the high waves.
> Kiribati http://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/571178#map=3/4.39/-153.63
> Tuvalu http://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/2177266#map=4/-11.18/-175.96
> I'll let you decide, but we will be happy to support you, contributing to
> this emergency response. Dont hesitate to contact me. And send us twitters
> about your operation.
> twitter pierzen
> *De :* "Clark, Courtney" <cclark2 at peacecorps.gov>
> *À :* hot at openstreetmap.org
> *Envoyé le :* Vendredi 20 mars 2015 15h56
> *Objet :* [HOT] Peace Corps mapping for Vanuatu
> Hello HOT community,
> The Peace Corps and Returned Peace Corps Volunteers of Washington DC will
> host a Vanuatu response mapping event this coming Monday at our
> headquarters. Vanuatu's current Peace Corps Volunteers will join via Google
> Hangout from their evacuation point in Australia. At this point, we are
> planning to ask the Vanuatu PCVs to use their local knowledge to map their
> host communities and label key points such as communication towers, schools
> and other buildings that can serve as shelters. Participants in the DC
> event will map Vanuatu and other vulnerable islands in the South Pacific.
> That said, I am writing to ask for any other suggestions that members of
> this community might have regarding our geographic focus. Our Vanuatu
> Volunteers have excellent local knowledge of the nation that we can
> Finally, the event is open to the public, so please come if you can!
> Monday, March 23
> 6-8 pm
> Shriver Hall, Peace Corps Headquarters
> 1111 20th St NW, Washington DC
> Please email me with your suggestions, ideas and questions.
> Courtney Clark
> *Courtney Clark*
> Innovation Fellow at the Office of Innovation, Peace Corps
> 1111 20th Street NW | Washington, DC 20526
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