[HOT] New member
hoque.ahasan at gmail.com
Sat Jan 16 16:20:54 UTC 2016
Welcome to HOT. Glad to know your background and interest. OpenStreetMap(OSM)
<http://www.openstreetmap.org/about>is an ongoing project to map the world
and the worldwide volunteers are always working to improve the map. OSM
gained publicity as a disaster response aid in 2010 after the Haiti
earthquake and the non profit Humanitarian OSM Team
<http://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Humanitarian_OSM_Team> was formed. You
are welcome to contribute to the HOT mission via Tasking Manager
<http://tasks.hotosm.org/>. You can know more about HOT here
<https://hotosm.org/about> and learn the OSM by following the easy tutorial
given in learnsom <http://learnosm.org/en/>. Feel free to ask by hot
mail-list if you face any difficulties in this regard.
Happy mapping !!
*GIS & Env. Data Mgt Specialist*MSc in RS and GIS | *AIT, Thailand.*
MSc. in Env. Science| *KU, Bangladesh.*
*Diploma in Disaster Mgt & Humanitarian Response* |
*Uni of Hawai-USA, UNU, Keio& Okayama - Japan; AIT-Thailand.*
*''Env. Sant. & Waste Mangt in Developing Countries'| *CES, UGENT- Belgium.
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On Sat, Jan 16, 2016 at 9:51 PM, Annie Riopel-Meunier <
riopel.meunier.annie at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm thrilled to join this community of passionate people for mapping. I
> have a bachelor degree in geomatics and worked for 5 years as a corporate
> social responsibility (CSR) adivisor in west africa namely Guinea, Burkina
> Faso and Chad. I'm currently based in Canada(Quebec). I used geomatics a
> lot in my work for land acquisition, daily planning, as a tool to aid
> decision-making and other various analysis to help measure and reduce
> social and environmental impacts.
> My previous experience allowed me to get a good understanding of the need
> to have maps in crisis time especially in developing countries where access
> to geographical data is a challenge in itself, therefore complicating
> access to aid.
> I'm looking foward to collaborate with the HOT community.
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> HOT at openstreetmap.org
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