Humanitarian map style

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Humanitarian
or HDM CartoCSS
or HOT style
Screenshot of Humanitarian style layer.
Author Yohan Boniface, Anne Mattler, Jaakko Helleranta, Will Skora and other contributors
Tiles License unknown
Tiles Website tile-a.openstreetmap.fr
Style License CC0 1.0
Style Website github.com/hotosm/HDM-CartoCSS

Humanitarian map style is one of tile layers available on www.openstreetmap.org. Is not shown by default when visiting for the first time. To see it click on the right icon "Layers" and select "Humanitarian". The servers for tiles rendering and storage are provided by OpenStreetMap France.

This map style is focused on resources useful for humanitarian organizations and citizens in general in emergency situations, highlighting POIs like water resources (water wells, manual pumps, fire hydrants...), light sources, public buildings, social buildings, roads quality, etc. The colors used are light, so people can print them and then draw and write on top of the map easily without getting too much confusing (this is a useful feature for humanitarian organizations to update the information on the printed map in situations like a earthquake, for example).

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