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2019 Hurricanes Crowdsourced Photos App

GISCorps Admin Team Renewed for 2020 Hurricane Season

2020 Update:  With the NAPSG Crowdsourcing application expanding to earthquakes and tornado events, as well as being on standby for the 2020 hurricane season, GISCorps polled the 2019 admin volunteers for their availability in 2020. Christina Brunsvold, John Haddad, and…

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2019 Hurricanes Crowdsourced Photos App

GISCorps Admin Team Selected for 2019 Hurricane Season

Building on a series of successful collaborations in 2018, following Hurricanes Florence, Michael, and Barry, NAPSG Foundation, CEDR Digital Corps, and GISCorps continued to provide on-the-ground situational awareness to emergency managers and first responders in 2019 with the 2019 Hurricanes…

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South Luangwa Conservation Society – Phase 2

In March 2009, GISCorps received a request for volunteer from South Luangwa Conservation Society (SLCS), an NGO in Mfuwe, Zambia. SLCS is a non-profit, community based organization committed to the conservation of the local wildlife and natural resources of South…

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Disaster Simulation – Samoa

Volunteers assist in three phases of a disaster simulation in Samoa The United Nations Platform for Space-Based information for Disaster Management and Emergency Response (UN-Spider) held a one day event in Geneva in mid November 2011. Running a disaster simulation in…

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Mission with WHO – Libya

Volunteers assisting in data cleansing of health facilities in Libya At the request of the World Health Organization (WHO),GISCorps volunteers were deployed to a data cleansing project in Libya. The dataset included the locations of health facilities around the country. The…

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Mission with FLOSSK – Albania

Post Disaster Assistance in Shkodra, Albania Nine of our volunteers have concluded their tasks for a project in Shkodra region of Albania. The project was commissioned by Free Libre Open Source Software Kosovo (FLOSSK), a non-profit organization in Kosovo. FLOSSK…

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