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Crisis Mappers Net - THE INTERNATIONAL NETWORK OF CRISIS MAPPERS

Crisis Mappers Net - THE INTERNATIONAL NETWORK OF CRISIS MAPPERS

ushahidi: Can anyone please help us... Global Health, Local Knowledge FR:Missing Maps Project Langues disponibles — Le Projet Missing Maps est un projet de cartographie humanitaire. Il s'agit d'un partenariat entre l'équipe humanitaire d'OpenStreetMap (Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team, H.O.T.) et différentes organisations (les membres fondateurs, outre HOT, sont la Croix-Rouge américaine, la Croix-Rouge britannique, et Médecins sans frontières-UK). Site officiel (en Anglais) : missingmaps.org @themissingmaps MissingMapsProject Objectifs L'objectif principal est de cartographier les zones les plus vulnérables des pays en développement, afin que les acteurs et les ONG locales et internationales puissent utiliser les cartes et les données pour mieux répondre aux crises qui les touchent. Règles d'éthique L'utilisation d'OpenStreetMap garantit que la totalité des données réunie sous la bannière du projet Missing Maps restera libre, ouverte et utilisable selon les termes de la licence libre d'OpenStreetMap. Les membres du projet Missing Maps Niveau débutant Cartographes experts (geeks)

Patrick Meier (patrickmeier) x-Dengue.com OSM Tasking Manager - blog P.Meier founder CrisMappersNet “My mission is to bridge the Humanitarian & Technology communities” Patrick Meier (PhD) is an internationally recognized thought leader on the application of new technologies for crisis early warning, humanitarian response and resilience. He presently serves as the Director of Social Innovation at QCRI where he develops & prototypes Next Generation Humanitarian Technologies with multiple humanitarian organizations. He is the author of the forthcoming book on “Digital Humanitarians: How Big Data Changes the Face of Humanitarian Response.” Prior to QCRI, Patrick co-founded and co-directed the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative’s Program on Crisis Mapping & Early Warning and served as Director of Crisis Mapping at Ushahidi. CV available here (PDF). Short Bio: Patrick Meier (PhD) is an internationally recognized thought leader & speaker on the application of new technologies for humanitarian response. Like this: Like Loading...

An International Conference on Digital Disease Detection We hope that the Rapid Fire Talks prove to be an entertaining and engaging way to share research and experiences in digital disease detection. Below are some guidelines and helpful hints for a successful Rapid Fire Talk. Please note that abstract submissions for Rapid Fire Talks are due on July 17th. Once the Rapid Fire Talk schedule has been finalized, we will send PowerPoint templates to speakers onto which they will upload the content for their talks. Guidelines for Rapid Fire Talks5 minutes long 15 seconds per slide (20 slides total) Slides advance automaticallyHelpful HintsConsider using more images than words 1 to 2 big ideas per slide Make slides that are flexible so that if you fall behind the slides, the presentation will still make sense See examples from last year

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