Updating disaster map

By far, 11 subdistricts were already mapped in the first one month since the project inception.

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The Mines and Geosciences Bureau will get US million to update their data and assess how vulnerable communities are to natural disasters.Continue to watch for updates at: Firefighting efforts continue to go well this afternoon at #Sunshine Fire.Below are some pictures from earlier this afternoon from a reconnaissance flight over the fire by incident managers.Sharing the space with the Disaster Innovation team, there are 20 Data Entry (DE) specialists and 5 Quality Assurance (QA) specialists focused on digitising, collecting attribute data and validating to ensure the quality of data captured in OSM for Jakarta. Tyler Radford, HOT Executive Director, made a visit to HOT facilities, both in Menara Thamrin and Tebet.The In AWARE mapping team will be dispersed into the 44 subdistricts and 267 villages of Jakarta, with the aim to complete the ground mapping by August 2017. He also joined our Data Entry Specialist doing field data collection, surveys, visit to the village offices and interviews.The map targets the location, and allows users to zoom and scroll to their desired view.


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