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Crowd2Map Keynote at SOTM Nigeria Dec 22

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Crowd2Map Keynote at SOTM Nigeria Dec 22

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Janet Chapman, founder of Crowd2map Tanzania talks about the impact of the Crowd2Map project on fighting FGM in Tanzania, and some of the challenges in this volunteer run open mapping project, including issues faced by female mappers.

Janet Chapman, founder of Crowd2map Tanzania talks about the impact of the Crowd2Map project on fighting FGM in Tanzania, and some of the challenges in this volunteer run open mapping project, including issues faced by female mappers.

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Crowd2Map Keynote at SOTM Nigeria Dec 22

  1. 1. Seven years of mapping in rural Tanzania
  2. 2. Crowd2Map are making them! • Over 17,000 Volunteers • Worldwide contributors • Over 5.3 Million buildings • Nearly 300,000 km roads • Over 12,000 sq km mapped • Nearly 10,000 POI • Water points • Health facilities Since October 2015…
  3. 3. WE’RE MAPPING RURAL TANZANIA TO HELP END FGM & FOR DEVELOPMENT: • Remote mapping via Tasking Manager • Fieldmapping with Organic Maps & ODK
  4. 4. REMOTE MAPPERS VS COMMUNITY MAPPERS Highly educated to degree level or beyond Many did not complete secondary school Have used maps in their daily life since childhood Had never seen a map of their local area Own and can skilfully use a large range of technology Had never used a smartphone, or laptop or been online.
  5. 5. HOT Microgrant in 2017 enabled us to recruit female mappers for the first time
  6. 6. But female mappers face additional challenges with: • Men telling them they are “wasting their time” and should be at home doing their chores • Harrassment, threats and inappropriate touching from men, particularly when travelling on public transport • Plots to lure them to remote places to be raped
  7. 7. SO WHY DO WOMEN MAP? IN THEIR WORDS 1. We do it to help increase development in our communities. 2.To help girls escape FGM -activists houses are being added and roads. 3.To help other women in villages be able to escape gender based violences like women beating 4.To be part of change in our communities
  8. 8. How can these challenges be overcome? IN THEIR WORDS 1.Educating people about maps and mapping and its importance to the community and nation at large. 2.Men in villages to be educated on gender equality and treating women right. 3.Security to be increased in villages; for example presence of more police stations
  9. 9. HOW CAN THE MAPPING COMMUNITY HELP? • Recognise additional challenges faced • Put in structures to assist ie 50% participation, women only groups, role models, being mindful of male domination in training. • Mapping aspects that are of importance to women. • More materials on why mapping rural areas benefits women. • Recognising additional funding needs
  10. 10. TRADITIONAL ROLES
  11. 11. HUMANITARIAN www.tasks.hotosm.org
  12. 12. Volunteers added clinic locations from Open Government Data
  13. 13. Using water point location data to add village names.
  14. 14. Slack channel is good for generating a community, and for volunteers to ask questions and get instant feedback on their 1st mapping attempts etc. – if anyone would like to join please let me know! Connecting Volunteers… https://join.slack.com/t/crowd2map/shared_invite/zt-q04pcgqp-oiICJUFnp61Czn5vguV_Ig
  15. 15. Training and retaining mappers… Quizzes and Badges • Development and expansion of training materials • Addressing the most common errors • Building skills quickly • Developed badges as an incentive, sign of recognition • Moved to make mappers independent of support, quicker
  16. 16. Mapping Locally…
  17. 17. And trained the police and activists to use the maps to quickly find and protect girls at risk. And also add missing places to the map. Allows route finding Building a community of contributors…
  18. 18. Girls are rounded up during the ‘Cutting Season’ when they are on school holidays 70% + 50% + Less than 50% FGM Prevalence in Tanzanian Women and Girls 2016
  19. 19. • Over 151 Digital champions are now trained • Support from UNFPA Tz • Digital Champions also educate their communities on FGM and GBV – in their village • Using ODK Maps and Organic Maps • Pharmacies, churches, clinics, police stations and safe places are also mapped. Digital champions in villages…
  20. 20. Better maps have: • Helped 3000+ girls to find safehouses and avoid being cut • Coincided with a reduced FGM death rate of 75% 7 years of mapping has yielded results…
  21. 21. 16 Youthmapper Chapters in Tanzania
  22. 22. Volunteer Opportunities with Crowd2Map • Mapping • Validating • Creating Kobo/ODK forms, and inputting ODK data into OSM • Giving feedback to new mappers • Delivering online training • Creating training videos • Developing badges • Creating maps • Helping with social media • Hosting mapathons
  23. 23. Join Us… Crowd2Map.org Janet Chapman Chair, Tanzania Development Trust, Crowd2Map founder j.chapman@tanzdevtrust.org

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