OpenStreetMap development partners
OpenStreetMap development partners is a resource for coordination for development and humanitarian aid organizations active in OpenStreetMap. It lists individuals available for inquiries about the OpenStreetMap interest of their organization.
OpenStreetMap has an extensive history of being the go-to source providing maps from international development projects to real time crisis mapping and has been used to map everything, from elections in Afghanistan, to the January 2010 Haiti earthquake, or the March 2011 Sendai earthquake. Many humanitarian aid and international development organizations directly or indirectly use OpenStreetMap or contribute to it.
Development partners list
Name, Organization - notes
- Alex Rollin, Local Routes Foundation - Maps and map-making/using education programs for youth in Indonesia.
- Robert Banick, American Red Cross International
- Danielle Heiberg - InterAction/NGO Aid Map
- Laia Grino, InterAction/NGO Aid Map
- Alex Barth, Development Seed - election mapping, aid mapping, mapping for advocacy
- Andrew Wiseman, USAID Office of Transition Initiatives (contracted through Macfadden & Associates)
- Amy Noreuil, USAID Office of Transition Initiatives (contracted through Macfadden & Associates)
- Bekim Kajtazi, iMMAP
- Shadrock Roberts, Ushahidi