Organised Editing/Activities/LocalImpactGovernanceActivity Zambia

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Background

The USAID Local Impact Governance Activity will help Zambia build up a sub-national system of governance for devolved service delivery that is more responsive to citizen needs. The program will engage national and sub-national authorities to expand the capabilities of district-level governance bodies to deliver sustainable development outcomes, increase effective citizen and private-sector involvement in development planning and monitoring, and improve public financial management and domestic revenue generation.

In this activity Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team will work with DAI colleagues, the local OSM community, and identified stakeholders to lead service delivery mapping, provide training and capacity building, and support stakeholder-identified revenue generation assessment. Initial mapping of buildings and roads will support the implementation of planned activities and largely the generation of data for humanitarian activities in the identified provinces.

Mapping will start with Central and Muchinga Provinces, with a third Province to be decided in 2024.

Once buildings and roads are mapped, field data collection with district leaders and residents will commence. This will include training sessions and GIS & data use workshops.

Contacts

  • Carter Draper - carter.draper@hotosm.org
  • Nasilele Amatende - nasilele.amatende@hotosm.org
  • Kennedy Jomokela - nasilele.amatende@hotosm.org
  • Chomba Chishala - chomba.chishala@hotosm.org
  • Sam Colchester - sam.colchester@hotosm.org

Hashtag

  • #liga-zambia

Timeframe

Starting: March 2021

Ending: December 2021

Remote Mapping Coordination

Project coverage marked red - note that these are Province boundaries. The project boundaries are smaller.
Project number Title & Link Mapped Validated
10067 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Chibombo District-01 100 45
10090 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Chibombo District-02 61 7
10091 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Chibombo District-03 52 22
10092 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Chibombo District-04 39 21
10093 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Chibombo District-05 78 8
10094 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Serenje District-01 80 8
10095 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Serenje District-02 44 0
10096 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Serenje District-03 100 1
10097 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Serenje District-04 100 3
10098 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Serenje District-05 0 0
10099 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Serenje District-06 0 0
10100 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Serenje District-07 60 0
10406 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Serenje District-08 Urban 0 0
10407 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Serenje District-08 Rural 28 0
10102 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Mumbwa District-01 45 19
10408 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Mumbwa District-02 Rural 100 0
10410 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Mumbwa District-02 Urban 0 0
10104 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Mumbwa District-03 100 5
10105 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Mumbwa District-04 100 37
10106 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Mumbwa District-05 0 0
10107 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Mumbwa District-06 0 0
10108 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Mumbwa District-07 0 0
10120 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Kapiri Mposhi District-01 0 0
10121 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Kapiri Mposhi District-02 0 0
10134 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Kapiri Mposhi District-03 24 0
10135 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Kapiri Mposhi District-04 22 0
10422 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Kabwe District Urban 0 0
10423 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Kabwe District Rural 100 21
10154 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Mkushi District-01 0 0
10155 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Mkushi District-02 0 0
10156 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Mkushi District-03 0 0
10109 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Mpika District-01 0 0
10110 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Mpika District-02 100 8
10111 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Mpika District-03 99 0
10112 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Mpika District-04 0 0
10113 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Mpika District-05 0 0
10115 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Mpika District-07 100 0
10116 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Mpika District-08 100 100
10117 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Mpika District-09 100 25
10138 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Isoka District-01 0 0
10139 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Isoka District-02 0 0
10140 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Isoka District-03 27 0
10142 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Chinsali District-01 0 0
10418 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Chinsali District-02 Urban 0 0
10420 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Chinsali District-02 Rural 77 0
10144 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Chinsali District-03 39 0
10145 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Chinsali District-04 35 0
10146 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Chinsali District-05 59 0
10147 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Chama District-01 0 0
10148 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Chama District-02 0 0
10149 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Chama District-03 0 0
10150 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Chama District-04 0 0
10151 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Chama District-05 0 0
10152 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Chama District-06 0 0
10160 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Nakonde District 0 0
10705 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Mumbwa District-07 (MapSwiped) 55 0
10727 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Mumbwa District-06 (MapSwiped) 100 0
10728 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Mumbwa District-05 (MapSwiped) 94 2
10731 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Mpika District-05 (MapSwiped) 15 0
10741 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Mpika District-04 (MapSwiped) 77 0
10742 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Mpika District-01 (MapSwiped) 100 0
10743 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Isoka District-02 (MapSwiped) 89 0
10744 Zambia Local Impact Governance Activity - Isoka District-01 (MapSwiped) 99 0

Participants

  • Missing Maps Volunteers
  • Local Community Mappers
  • Local YouthMappers chapters
  • HOT Corporate Mapathons

Measuring Success

The #liga-zambia tag will be used to track contributions (buildings added / km's road mapped) but ultimately success will be measured by all projects being archived after being fully mapped and validated and successfully used for field data collection.

Mapping Instructions

Project Specific Mapping Notes

  • Please do not map paths, focus only on highways that are wide enough for a four-wheeled vehicle to pass. Please be very selective when mapping highways
  • Imagery: Please use Maxar Premium imagery (Beta), which is currently set as the default imagery for mapping. You may switch to BING, ESRI or others for comparison but Maxar has been chosen for this area due to it being the most recent imagery.
  • Some squares will already be partially or fully mapped, map in more if needed or fix up the existing mapping, or submit it with "Yes" selected in response to "Is this task completely mapped?" if it is already complete.
  • Existing mapping does not match imagery - This happens in some areas, when different imagery sources are used. If this occurs, check to make sure you are using Maxar imagery. If necessary, adjust existing mapping to align with Maxar, then continue mapping.
  • Alternative imagery is better - Sometimes due to shadows, alignment and other factors it may be easier to trace features using other imagery. That is fine as long as you adjust for any offset. When finished please leave a comment in the Tasking Manager when you mark done/stop mapping to say you used alternative imagery. See LearnOSM for detailed instructions on handling imagery offset, or Aerial Imagery & Alignment for adjusting in the iD editor.

Buildings

  • Please accurately outline all the buildings you can find. The outline should be for the full size of the building even if it is partly covered by trees in the imagery.
  • Take care to not include the building shadow in the building outline.
  • After tagging as a building, please leave all the 'Fields' empty - this information is added later by local mappers.
  • After drawing the outline and tagging as a building, use the 'Q' key in the iD web editor to "square" the corners.
  • Many buildings are very close, but do not actually touch each other, try to map them close to each other without letting them connect or share nodes with each other, roads or residential area outlines. In the iD web editor, holding down the "alt" key will keep nodes from "snapping" to each other and accidentally connecting.
  • In the iD web editor, you will only have the option to tag new features as buildings, see below for editing or adding other features. Only if you have personal knowledge of a building, please add that information to the building, like the type of building (hospital, school, gas station, etc) or a name if it has one.

Roads and Paths

  • Please map roads and major paths as completely as possible by connecting them to the main road networks where ever possible.
  • Many minor Zambian roads tend to meander and become ‘braided’ where they encounter an obstacle such as a wet patch. Please only map the central ‘braid’ in this situation rather than all the side routes.
  • Very short segments that do not connect to anything should not be mapped.
  • Short segments of a road or path that you cannot see through the trees but seem very likely to exist should be mapped to keep the road complete
  • Try and map a little beyond your task square so the person who maps the task square next to yours can easily connect them.
  • Always connect roads to other roads where they meet and never end roads on Residential area polygon edges.

You will most often use the following "Road Features":

  • Minor/Unclassified Road - This is for roads that connect small villages and settlements
  • Residential Road - These are roads that are in settlements but only are used for access to houses and buildings.
  • Unmaintained Track Road - This is for roads that only lead to farm fields or forests. They do not connect settlements or residential areas.
  • Path - This is for small paths that are usually used by people on foot or 2 wheeled vehicles. They may or may not connect settlements or lead to farm fields. Only map the major paths that connect to settlements or other roads.

General Mapping Notes

  • Be as precise as possible - This takes a little bit of practice, but following a road closely or the outline of a building carefully really makes a difference in the quality of map data produced. Quality is more important than quantity when it comes to mapping. Zooming in close helps.
  • Changeset comments - These are filled in with some default information but you should always add what you mapped. For example "added buildings and roads" or "added in some waterways"
  • It is ok to "split" task squares - Sometimes a task square will have a lot detailed settlement mapping. If you think it would help to make the task square smaller so the mapping could be finished in a more reasonable time, use the "split" link above the task square comment box.
  • Personal knowledge - If you have local knowledge, that is incredibly valuable and any information you are 100% sure of you can add to the object you are mapping. Building names, health facilities, names of roads, etc, are all very valuable and the name= tag can be used to supply that information.
  • If you have to stop mapping before you have mapped everything select "No" in response to the question "Is this task completely mapped?".
  • You are making a real difference mapping - Every contribution matters in a real, tangible way. Mapping is not easy but know that your mapping is used by humanitarian organizations around the world every single day.

Validation

Every completed task is analyzed by the validators, following the Tasking Manager steps, OSMCha is also be used to identify and correct the remaining mistakes. For HOT coorporate mapathons, HOT will be responsible for validation.

OSMCha filtered to project hashtag and start date.

Results

Results will be posted here