Humanitarian OSM Team/HOT Microgrants/Community Impact Microgrants 2021/Proposal/Community empowerment and capacity building in support of UN Peacekeeping missions in East Africa

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Community empowerment and capacity building in support of UN Peacekeeping missions in East Africa
Support to creation and growth of local OSM communities through remote mapping of topographic features in UN patrolled war areas. Communities in Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan, DRC will be supported with provision of physical and digital infrastructures and trainings.
budget (USD)5000
location(s)Somalia (Puntland) + Sudan (Khartoum) + South Sudan (White Nile) + DRC (South Kivu)
granteeMichael Montani
contact(s)• michael.montani@un.org
organization (if applicable)•

Your project

This is an opportunity for you to tell us about your project. In this section we'd like to hear about your community, which local challenge your project addresses, what you plan to do and how, your sustainability plan, and how you plan to share your stories.

Describe the local challenge your project is addressing

In this section please describe in detail the challenge that your project addresses. We recommend your response be a minimum of 200 words and a maximum of 400 words.

Unite Maps is a mapping initiative led by the United Nations Global Service Center (UNGSC) that aims to assist UN peacekeeping missions in their field endeavors, such as peace and security, navigation and logistics, by providing its peacekeepers with topographic maps that will help them in their tactical and operational activities. Unite Maps both edits and uses OSM data, which are ingested together with authoritative UN data for the production of geospatial services for the UN missions. The produced OSM data not only serves UN missions, but are well suited for a range of other applications by OSM groups, NGOs, local communities and companies.

Unite Maps established a thriving community of volunteers, UN Mappers, ranging from UN personnel on the field (GIS groups, UN offices, military and police) to academia (highschools and universities), from local communities and NGOs to any remote volunteer in the world. The project aims to further engage with local communities in some of the countries Unite Maps is supporting empowering them with tools, infrastructure and knowledge to better carry on their mapping activities. Many times, the lack of proper physical and digital infrastructure as offices and Internet connection is a major obstacle to the prospering of local communities. In particular, Unite Maps is working with local communities and peacekeepers in Somalia, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Mali, Sudan and South Sudan.

  • In Somalia, a small community of enthusiastic mappers is based in Puntland, North East of Somalia. Despite numerous political tensions within Somalia, the community calls itself OSM Somalia and aims at gathering mappers all around the country, without distinctions.
  • In Sudan, mappers are scattered all around the country and many of them are inactive due to lack of Internet connection or security issues in the country. A local community has to be established here to take ownership and supervision of OSM data in the country.
  • South Sudanese mappers are mainly based in Uganda due to challenging living conditions in South Sudan. Being already a group of expert mappers, the goal is to provide them with a distributed digital infrastructure to foster their mapping activities.
  • In DRC, the experienced local OSM chapter has decentralised groups of mappers everywhere in the country. Empowering newly created sub groups is key, especially for communities in university context and with wide capacity of teaching OSM to others.

Describe your project

In this section, please provide specific details about your mapping objectives. This should include: how you will contribute to help solve the local challenge you are addressing, what you aim to achieve with funding, what volume of mapping you plan to complete and how, and the number individuals are you aiming to include in mapping activities. We recommend your response be a minimum of 200 words and a maximum of 400 words.

The mapping objective is the production of 50k scale topographic maps editing features as:

  • Highways;
  • Waterways;
  • Land use and land cover;
  • Residential areas and villages;
  • Any relevant point of interest.

while providing the needed infrastructure and knowledge to local communities to empower them in their general activities too. The areas of interest are requested directly from personnel in the field and some of those are released to crowdsourcing contribution after local community consensus, based on knowledge of the area by its members.

Areas where UN Mappers are mapping are torn by conflict and often field activities as street-level imagery collection, paper mapping and ground truthing are difficult to carry on, if not patrolled by UN peacekeepers. Security of all the volunteers that map is our main priority, so the planned mapping activities for this project will involve only remote mapping, events and workshops.

  • In Somalia the funding will be used to rent an office in Qardho, Puntland, with fixed Internet connection. During this time, OSM Somalia will be able to gather more people to join its activities, including university students, enlarging the community; (~15-20 mappers)
  • In Sudan it will be given support to create a local community in Khartoum, organising events in Khartoum University and cooperating with local geography institutes. The goal is to further engage with students, letting them create a YouthMappers chapter which can become, in future, a more structured OSM community; (~15-20 mappers)
  • In Uganda, South Sudanese community will be supported with provision of laptops and mobile Internet hotspots to better coordinate activities on 5 focal areas in Kampala, where the community is distributed. Availability of laptops and Internet connection are key for community consolidation; (~30-50 mappers)
  • In DRC, the newly created YouthMappers chapter in Bukavu, South Kivu, UCB YouthMappers, will be supported with Internet connection for trainings and workshops. The group will be trained on landcover mapping, activity the group already would like to carry on for Bukavu surroundings, for which they will be supported on transportation costs. (~15-20 mappers)

Funding: substantial infrastructural support for the creation, development, consolidation of communities in Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan, DRC.

Activity: topographic mapping of features over a total area of ~10000 sqkm, together with other volunteers in the UN Mappers community.

Modality: remote mapping with workshops, mapathons and continued assistance by the UN Mappers team.

Describe your sustainability plan

In this section please describe how your activities will continue post-funding. If you are applying for funding to purchase equipment, explain who will store/use the equipment you purchase, and if you have long term sustainability plans for your community's development. We recommend your response be a minimum of 200 words and a maximum of 400 words.

The funding will be used both to purchase equipment (laptops, mobile Internet hotspots), digital (Internet connection subscriptions) and physical (office, transportation) infrastructures for the local communities. Local communities (or universities, whether legally recognised mapping groups originate from these activities or not) will be the owners and responsibles of the provided infrastructure. UN Mappers team won’t retain any of these fundings and equipment at the end of the project, but entirely given to the local communities. Each local community will nominate a responsible to carry on the project locally and exchange with UN Mappers team.

UN Mappers team is aiming to further engage with these communities even after the end of the HOT Microgrant opportunity, as the growth and creation of local mapping communities is mutually beneficial not only to Unite Maps but also to other NGOs and stakeholders. The long term goal is to give these communities the possibility to grow and disseminate OSM principles, improving community coverage in the different East-African countries and map editing and maintainability. Pursuing the following project will also constitute a good record of the interaction and collaboration of the different local communities with humanitarian mapping organisations and UN Mappers may be considering further help of local communities in the future.

What are your community defined project goals, and how do you define project success?

Please explain you project goals. This can include: setting goals such as "we will train X number of new mappers", "we will register as a legal entity", or "the data will be used by X", and why these goals are important to your community such as "we intent to be legally registered so that we can receive more grant funding in the future", "we intend to engage X number of women in mapping activities so that we can empower local women" or "we want to build a partnership with X so that our data will be used and trusted". We recommend your response be a minimum of 200 words and a maximum of 400 words.

UN Mappers

  • Train new mappers (~45-60): help the growth of local communities and teaching of good mapping principles on easy to hard tasks as landcover mapping;
  • Establishing partnership with all the aforementioned communities: continue the engagement and explore further opportunities;
  • Production of topographic maps: help UN Peacekeeping missions to carry on their field endeavours and to bring peace in the mapped areas.

Community in Somalia

  • Growth of the community (+~15-20): consolidation of community in Somalia;
  • Establishment of a YouthMappers chapter at Qardho University;
  • Ensuring gender equality in community (increase ratio to 1:1): engagement of female mappers and empowerment of local women;
  • Education of local population on the importance of geographic information: empowerment of local population.

Community in Sudan

  • Creation of a community (+~15-20): creation of community in Sudan, engaging with academic environment;
  • Establishment of a YouthMappers chapter at Khartoum University;
  • Future engagement of the group with stakeholders using OSM in Sudan.

Community in South Sudan

  • Empowerment of the community (~10): give to community the tools and training needed to further expand activities;
  • Growth of the community (+~20-40): expansion of South Sudanese community in Uganda;
  • Education of local population on the importance of geographic information: empowerment of local population.

Community in Democratic Republic of the Congo

  • Empowerment of the community (~15-20): enhance mapping skills of the group;
  • Mapping of city boundaries of Bukavu: support of community-led activities.

What are your community's long term goals?

Please give describe your community's vision. This can include: where you see your community in five years time, how you want your data to be used, future partnerships you'd like to establish, or how you would like your community to grow (or not!). We recommend your response be a minimum of 200 words and a maximum of 400 words.

The different communities have expressed how they see themselves in a 5-years time:

UN Mappers:

Continuing its approach of 'network of communities', the goal is to reach a diverse plethora of contributors that would like to bring their help not only to UN Peacekeeping missions but also other UN agencies, with which Unite Maps plan to open partnerships in future. In 5 years time, UN Mappers will be an established community with strong relationships with local communities, academia (highschools, university and interns from all over the world), NGOs and remote volunteers, with comprehensive materials and tools to help them to grow as mappers (website, Moodle, educational material and guidelines, projects and grants).

OSM Somalia:

The community aims to gain substantive sustainability in its activities by involving different stakeholders, recruiting staff from universities, NGOs, government and general public. The end goal is to become an hub of excellence in open geospatial technologies and education, focusing in issues as lack of gender balance in technology and education of general public.

OSM Sudan:

The long term goal is to build and grow the community of OSM mappers in Sudan, engaging more people in the country. The objective is to encourage the growth and the development of free open geospatial data to help bridge the gap in Sudan, by making the data available for anyone in the country to use and share, therefore it contributes to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

OSM South Sudan:

The community, which is already composed by many mappers all around Kinshasa, Uganda, aims to grow its community base and to increase the outreach of its activities to the general pubblic, by organising workshops and presentation. One big goal is to give to the community a legal setting that will allow its members to host partnerships with NGOs and other stakeholders, as well as keeping an inventary of equipment and funds of the group.

UCB YouthMappers:

The long term goal of the community is to fill the gap of data in DRC (with focus on East DRC) in an effective and efficient way. To do this, the community plans to increase the GIS and mapping skills of its members, let new girls and boys join the YouthMappers chapter to increase the community base, organise trainings and workshops and ensure long term retention of new members within their community.

List the tools you intend to use during your project and why

Please describe which tools you plan to use to collect, update, clean, or store you data and why. For example: "we plan to use HOT's Tasking Manager to coordinate volunteers" or "we will upload our data to X platform because..." We recommend your response be a minimum of 200 words and a maximum of 400 words.

During the project activity, topographic data will be gathered mainly through remote mapping due to:

  • Mapping of areas with security dangers;
  • Possible travel and movement restrictions due to COVID-19 situation in Africa;

To do this, the idea is to use remote communication and broadcasting platforms (as MS Teams, Jitsi and BigBlueButton) to host workshops and trainings with the local communities and better coordinate the activities. Mapathons will be also held advertising the events through social media and Eventbrite and sessions of collaborative mapping between UN Mappers and the local communities will be organised.

The data will be mainly collected with the usage of OSM Tasking Manager, organising 1 project per country to be mapped. Not only local communities but also all other contributors are welcomed in the mapping activities. Each project will be closed and a new one will be opened once it's completely mapped. Contributors will be taught the usage of editors like iD and JOSM especially for topographic mapping.

Validation will be done in 2 steps:

  • On-the-fly validation during TM project activity: this is done by the UN Mappers team during mapping activities and events, in order to train mappers on better editing and ensure good map edition quality;
  • Internal validation, made by experencied Unite Maps cartographers.

After validation OSM data is then ingested into Unite Maps applications and made available to UN Peacekeeping missions for effective usage as, for example, for the production of maps. By the way, OSM data are still globally available for anyone for a wide range of applications.

Explain how you plan to share your stories

Please give examples of how you will use share your stories with others. This can include: how you will publicise your news, where you will collect media content, how you will use social media channels, and if you will reach out beyond your immediate network to share your stories. We recommend your response be a minimum of 200 words and a maximum of 400 words.

News and events will be shared weekly through UN Mappers' social media channels (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube) and internal UN communication channels, as well as through the UN Mappers mailing list. In addition, bi-weekly blog posts, interviews with participants and local community members, will be published on our website, highlighting the communities and their achievements.

A strong collaboration is planned to create a wide network between our channels and the pages of the OSM communities involved to reach the highest number of readers, as well as with the UN missions in each country (UNSOS in Somalia, UNMISS in South Sudan, UNISFA in Abyei and MONUSCO in Democratic Republic of the Congo) and other humanitarian mapping organisations working in those areas. News about the project will be published in the WeeklyOSM and proposed to both international and local cartography-related websites to reach people potentially interested in the project and OpenStreetMap. Media for documentation of the events and activities (photos, videos) will be collected by community members, internal members of UN Mappers and UN Peacekeeping missions staff.

Local communities will carry out local events in their countries to showcase the project and its results to population, students and/or local governments, depending on the respective situation. In addition, participation in local and international conferences and symposia is planned to showcase the project through presentations and/or posters, in order to amplify the voice of the communities involved, discussing the challenges faced and possible solutions.


Successful applications will demonstrate one or more partnerships with a local data user. Priority will be given to applications for which the data has been requested by a partnering organisation, or where the partner organisation has expressed interest in collecting the data for a specific use or intervention. Example partners include local non-government organisations (NGOs), community based organisations (CBOs), local governments, companies, universities, schools, and other academic institutions.

Describe who will use your data

It is important that the data you generate during the project is useful, and that it will be used to advance humanitarian and/or development challenges locally. In this section, please include: if the data you will be collecting has been requested by a partnering organisation, if there is an established formal relationship with the partnering organisation, if there is an existing MoU between you and the partnering organisation, and how long have you been working with the partnering organisation. If your organisation or community is going to be the data user, please describe how you will use the data, and how it ties in with your organisation's work. We recommend your response be a minimum of 200 words and a maximum of 400 words.

The data generated during the project will directly serve for the production of topographic maps for UN Peacekeeping missions in the countries of interest. Personnel on the field will receive maps and geoservices from Unite Maps based on the edited OSM data. The topographic maps created are going to be used by UN field missions for routing, navigation and geocoding to plan and carry on their operational and peacekeeping activities. The United Nations Global Service Center (UNGSC) is supporting with these services the UN Peacekeeping missions since several years, and recently adopting OSM data usage for the production of the maps.

The interested missions are:

The different local communities have been already in contact with UN Mappers for the planning of the project, in order to specify their needs and how they would like to spend the fundings. In the past, UN Mappers have been collaborating and coordinating with OSM DRC and OSM Somalia on mapping projects. Also, the collaboration between UN Mappers and OSM Somalia led to the creation of the OSM Somalia talk mailing list. UN Mappers welcomes formal relationships and partnerships with the local communities and other NGOs.

The produced topographic data will be very valuable not only for the activities of UN Peacekeeping missions but also for anyone else would like to use them. The edited OSM topographic data is indeed useful for a wide range of applications, with routing at first place. More importantly, collaboration between UN Mappers and the local communities will generate human value, by teaching local mappers how to perform detailed and complex topographic data editing. This skill is definetely useful for them to carry on detailed mapping activities as well teaching how to do it to new members.

Describe any other partnerships you plan to mobilise or establish for the purpose of the project

In this section, please describe any additional partners you might be working with. If there are no additional partners (beyond the data user) this must be stated here. We recommend your response be a minimum of 200 words and a maximum of 400 words.

The project is possibly going to establish new partnerships with interested stakeholders. Any further collaboration is more than welcomed.

  • YouthMappers: The project includes the establishment of 2 new YouthMappers chapters (in Khartoum, Sudan and Qardho, Puntland) and a close collaboration with UCB YouthMappers in South Kivu, Democratic Republic of the Congo, making a partnership with YouthMappers more than welcomed.
  • The World Bank Group: Another possibly interested stakeholder may be the World Bank Group, which has been carrying on a project (OpenCities) in Mogadishu, and may be interested in supporting OSM Somalia.
  • Academic institutions: OSM Somalia has also an ongoing partnership with a University in the Netherlands, which may be providing additional equipment (as laptops). It is also strictly collaborating with the University of Qardho to organise educational activities. In Sudan, local mappers are undertaking contact with the Khartoum University, and in Democratic Republic of the Congo, UCB YouthMappers chapter is deeply involved in educational activities conducted by the Universite' Catholique de Bukavu.
  • Any other interest stakeholder in the humanitarian field: we are welcoming any colaboration coming from NGOs which may be interested in the producation of topographic data and routing services in Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan or Democratic Republic of the Congo.


Successful applications will include a developed strategy for the inclusion of women, girls, and marginalised groups in mapping activities. This includes the number of women, girls or marginalised groups you plan to engage, and the way in which you plan to interact with them.

How will you ensure that your project activities are inclusive?

Please describe how you will engage women and girls, or other marginalised communities in your mapping activities. Please include the number of women, girls or marginalised groups you plan to work with and how, and at which point in your activities you plan to engage them. We recommend your response be a minimum of 200 words and a maximum of 400 words.

Inclusiveness is a key part of this project. The focus of this project is to give the tools and the knowledge for local groups of mappers which wouldn't be able to carry on their activities otherwise. Thus, inclusiveness of women and marginalised groups will be granted at any time during the project.

In particular, we plan to work on 3 main areas of inclusivity:

  • Gender inclusion: in some countries as Somalia and Democratic Republic of the Congo, gender equality is a sensible topic. OSM Somalia in particular is trying to ensure an expansion of its community with the engagement of female mappers and students, which are marginalised in Somalia. In Democratic Republic of the Congo, the UCB YouthMappers chapter is already composed by a good number of women, and we plan to expand their community keeping this gender balance.
  • Inclusion of marginalised groups: In Uganda, we will be mapping with South Sudanese mappers scattered all around Kampala refugee camp. In this case, the whole activity will focus on the empowerment of the community, giving them the necessary tools (laptops and Internet connection hotspot) to carry on and disseminate their activities.
  • Population inclusion and capacity building: the project will aim to educate, whenever possible, the general pubblic on the importance of open geographic data. Local mappers will be able to present their activities to a bigger public.


Successful applications will show how communities intend to grow community engagement. This includes a practical approach on how many new mappers you aim to recruit and how they will be involved in community activities. Priority will be given to communities that also include a plan for ongoing engagement beyond the grant period. If this is not relevant to your project, please explain why.

Explain how you plan to expand your mapping community

In this section, please include: your approach to recruiting new mappers, how will you engage new mappers, how many new members you plan to recruit, and how will you retain community members throughout the duration of project and beyond. We recommend your response be a minimum of 200 words and a maximum of 400 words.

We will be recruiting new mappers for each community in several ways:

  • When we will interact with academic contexts, like in Democratic Republic of the Congo, Sudan and Somalia, the goal will be to advertise the events of the thriving mapping groups to other students which may be interested in joining them in future mapping activities. For this, we are planning to give the community financial coverage on transportation and refreshments costs which will be a good incentive for students to join the events.
  • In Somalia and Uganda, we will interact with the general population organising events in the office in Quardho or in the different focal areas of Kampala refugee camp.

Continuous engagement of the new contributors will be ensured with remote events and worshops, locally managed by the community responsibles. Furthermore, community responsibles will going to closely follow up the development of their community and interact with interested people. Hopefully, the engagement of those thriving local communities will continue beyond the project carrying on similar or new mapping activities with UN Mappers. Also, there may be the possibility in future of UN Mappers providing fundings to local communities.

A key part of community expansion is also community consolidation. We plan to give a comprehensive OSM education to all community members already contributing there in order to increse their skills and ability to organise mapping projects and gathering events.

For the number of new mappers that will be tentatively recruited, see KPIs above.


Priority will be given to applications that collaborate with other OSM communities in the region. This can be country specific or regional and can include collaboration with Youth Mappers Chapters, or members of the HOT community to help with training, validation (as examples). For support in sourcing collaborators, email

Describe other OSM communities you are already working with

This may include Youth Mappers chapters, or members of OSMF (as examples). If you are not already collaborating with an OSM community, please state this and explain how you plan to work with other communities in your project in the following question. UN Mappers has contacts or has been interacting with:

  • UN mission personnel (trained to OSM editing: MONUSCO, MINUSCA, UNSOS)
  • Local communities (OSM DRC, OSM Mali, not formal OSM groups (OSM Somalia, mappers in Sudan, South Sudan...))
  • NGOs (Missing Maps, Les Libres Geographes)
  • Academia (YouthMappers, International Association of Young Geographers, universities and highschools in Italy)
  • Remote volunteers (mappers from OSM Italia, remote volunteers, people in retirement)

The different local communities have different ongoing projects with local NGOs as well.

Describe other OSM communities you plan to approach, or establish relationships with, for the purpose of the project

We recommend your response be a minimum of 200 words and a maximum of 400 words..

As already mentioned in the section of further partnerships opportunities, we are welcoming any partnership from NGOs or groups involved in OSM editing. So, mappers groups that we are possibly engaging with will include:

  • YouthMappers: see section above.
  • The World Bank Group: see section above.
  • Any humanitarian mapping NGO working there, as HOT Uganda and Missing Maps.
  • OSM DRC, first African OSM local chapter, is closely following UN Mappers activities and coordinating the interaction with UCB YouthMappers.

The project will also give the possibility to forming mapping communities to further develop and consolidate, as OSM Somalia and South Sudanese mappers in Uganda, as well as to create new ones, like in Sudan.

Project plan and budget

Priority will be given to applications that collaborate with other OSM communities in the region. This can be country specific or regional and can include collaboration with Youth Mappers Chapters, or members of the HOT community to help with training, validation (as examples). For support in sourcing collaborators, email

Budget breakdown

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Item / Community Somalia Sudan South Sudan DRC
Rent 1400 $ 0 0 0
Fixed Internet connection 400 $ 0 0 600 $
Mobile Internet connection 0 (150 $) 640 $ 0
Transportation 0 110 $ 0 120 $
Refreshments 0 360 $ 0 (120 $)
Laptops 0 0 1370 $ 0
Total 1800 $ 470 $ 2010 $ 720 $


  • Covid-19 situation in Sudan is severe and a lockdown has been set up at the beginning of 2021. In case it is not possible to travel within the city of Khartoum, mappers will use the fundings to buy mobile Internet connection to carry on the activities from their homes;
  • Similar situation for DRC. At the moment of writing, gatherings are restricted to 10 people max. If public transports will be stopped down, the community will be using the funds for refreshments within (restricted) mapping activities.

Timeline (referred to purchased resources):

  • OSM Somalia will be able to carry on their activities in an office in Qardho for 5 months;
  • South Sudanese mappers will be able to carry on activities in the different areas of Kampala refugee camp with a mobile Internet hotspot (3 months + activation) and 5 laptops;
  • Activities in Sudan and DRC are expected to last 6 months, but could be extended due to Covid-19.

Project plan

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The following schedule is only tentative and could be changed / extended due to Covid-19.

Activity / Month 2021/03 2021/04 2021/05 2021/06 2021/07 2021/08 2021/09
Purchasing of infrastructure
Training of local trainers
(Somalia + South Sudan)
Activities with South Sudan
Activities with Somalia
Activities with Sudan and
Remote mapathons and events
Field activity (DRC)
Meeting with local community
responsibles, coordination
Validation of data


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I agree

--Michael Montani (talk) 16:44, 2 February 2021 (UTC) , Michael Montani, UNGSC-Michael Montani, Michael Montani_revert


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