[HOT] Ramani Huria

Steven Bukulu steven.bukulu at hotosm.org
Sun May 17 10:30:46 UTC 2015

Hello Harry,

Thank you for the initiative and pushing this further plus the Wiki page, A
suggestion on the header of the Wiki Openstreetmap page, would it be nice
if you have flooding stated in it to be more specific with Dar es Salaam?
(What's your say on that?)

The project is aiming at mapping the top most flood prone wards adding up
to 17 wards in Dar es Salaam in the three districts, Temeke, Ilala and
Kinondoni. Below is a list of the 17 wards:

1. Ndugumbi  <http://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=17/-6.80196/39.24896>
2. *Tandale*
3. Buguruni
4. Kigogo
5. Sandali
6. Manzese
7. Hananasifu
8. Magomeni
9. Tabata
10. Keko
11. Vinguguti
12. Mbagala
13. Mchikichini
14. Mzimuni
15. Kigogo
16. Mburahati
17. Mwananyamala

The team got done with Ndugumbi
<http://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=17/-6.80196/39.24896> Ward with mapping
it, currently the team is in Tandale
<http://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=18/-6.79565/39.24292> which is being
updated on Openstretmap at the moment and will be done with in this week
followed by Buguruni

*Whatever else we can do to help, let us know. Any map outputs you need
help with?*

HOT could help us set tasks to map the other wards that are not listed
above. Our data model focuses on drainage, roads (Transport routes) and
buildings. We are using drone images (On field papers) which are clear for
us to use during data collection.

Thank you for the initiative once again.

Steven Bukulu

On Sun, May 17, 2015 at 4:47 AM, Harry Wood <mail at harrywood.co.uk> wrote:

> I created a wiki page for Dar es Salaam earlier today
> http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Dar_es_Salaam
> ramanihuria.org looks great. I've linked that from there, and I've
> briefly tried to describe some earlier World Bank mapping initiatives too.
> Are there other ways we could help with mapping Dar es Salaam, or with
> using the maps during the floods there? The global HOT community could be
> asked to map part of the city with a Task Manager project, but if you have
> good local engagement, maybe that's not so useful. One thing which would be
> great to do again, is the fieldpapers approach used in Lubumbashi, and more
> recently in Bangladesh. Local mapping of street names etc takes place with
> pen & paper, partnering with people elsewhere doing the scanning and
> digitising work.
> Whatever else we can do to help, let us know. Any map outputs you need
> help with?
> Harry Wood
> ________________________________
> From: Steven Bukulu <steven.bukulu at hotosm.org>
> To: hot at openstreetmap.org
> Cc: Geoffrey Kateregga <geoffrey.kateregga at hotosm.org>
> Sent: Friday, 15 May 2015, 21:36
> Subject: [HOT] Ramani Huria
> Hi HOT,
> Am currently volunteering under on a project Branded " Dar Ramani Huria
> which is  a swahili translation for "Dar Open Maps" funded by the World
> Bank. Am from Uganda.
> What we are doing basically in the first stage of the project is having
> the community involved in mapping for flood resilience in Dar es Salaam the
> capital city of Tanzania on Openstreetmap.
> The project has a couple of social media accounts plus a website (
> ramanihuria.org)
> The project social media accounts are on:
> -Facebook: Ramani Huria and OpenStreetMap Tanzania where we want to
> mobilize a team of HOT mappers in Tanzania during and after the project is
> done.
> -Twitter: @RamaniHuria and OSM_TZ
> -Instagram: ramani.huria
> and a Flickr account for all our project photos.
> This month of May 2015 Tanzania has faced a series of heavy rains that
> have destroyed lots of personal property plus causing the displacement of
> about 200 people along the banks of river Msimbazi. The former residents
> have seeked shelter under a bus station.
> More details are on the website.
> _______________________________________________
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