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Mogadishu Digitizing App

Using GIS to Support Polio Vaccination in Africa

Summary report by Guy Maurice   The World Health Organization was looking for two GIS professionals to serve as volunteers during the months of December 2017 and January 2018 to contribute to a pilot project in Mogadishu, Somalia. The project's…

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Screenshot Of CROWD4EMS Application

Volunteers test Crowd4EMS application

The Evolution of Emergency Copernicus Services (E2mC) Project, funded by the European Commission, was conceived to explore the integration of social media data mining, crowd-sourcing, and machine learning to improve the timeliness, accuracy, and precision of spatial data for rapid mapping…

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Kidworks Story Map Training Session

Teaching GIS to Youth at KidWorks

Summary report by Tarlan Razzaghi and Haritha Vendra Summary KidWorks is a community-based, nonprofit organization that provides after-school programs, tutoring, mentoring, health education, and parent involvement to low-income, at-risk youth in Central Santa Ana, located in Orange County, California. With the goal…

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Train Campaign Story Map On The Train Campaign's Website.

Bringing Back the Trains… One Map at a Time

The Train Campaign team contacted GISCorps in the spring of 2018 and requested help with online map creation. Two volunteers, Ellen Phillips and Linda Colin, were selected. The following story was written by Ellen Phillips. Karen Christensen of the Barrington Institute…

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Field Workers

Applying GIS to Watershed Stewardship in Colorado

Report by Diane Ambrose Using the ESRI software from the GIS Service Pledge Award, I was able contribute to the work of two non-profits in the South Park area of Colorado. Beaver Ponds Environmental Education Center (BPEEC) http://beaverponds.org/ BPEEC is located…

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