Putting Lesotho on the map

Since 2014 over 800 volunteers have been putting Lesotho on the world map. The project was born out of a need for a free, open and accessible spatial data shared beyond or within Government agencies in the Kingdom of Lesotho. MapLesotho has been changing this rapidly and is continuing to reinforce Lesotho as Africa's most mapped country on OpenStreetMap.

My First FOSS4G Experience

08 September 2018 | by tshedy
I was delighted to be selected for a traveling grants for the HOTSUMMIT / FOSS4G to Dar es Salaam from the27th August to 2nd September. The Free and Open Source Software 4 Geospatial (FOSS4G)conference is the largest community gathering focused on open source geospatial software. The event brings together developers, users, decision-makers and observers from wide range of organisations and field operation. The event comprised of a series of workshops, presentations, community events as well as social events and hangouts. I learned that FOSS4G is a platform for collaboration, business and networking.
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National Mappers

Who's been mapping #MapLesotho since 2016?

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District Mappers

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Users

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Task Status

We're now on Phase 3 of the mapping, check out the progress!

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Weekly Numbers

Weekly numbers for various feature types, thanks @neogeografen

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