Yesterday 23rd June 2017 under the Crowd2Map project;

Janet Chapman  “on the ground”  with the girls at the safe house started off  by making all the necessary configurations and  setting up phones for training more volunteers on how to create navigable maps of local areas in Tanzania to help rescue and allocate innocent girls who are  being forced to undergo Female Genital Mutilation (FGM).


We greatly thank the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap for offering this grant for purchasing these phones and all the necessary peripherals.
Volunteers were further trained on how to use smartphones to collect and help capture the where about of all the girls likely to face the  risk of Female Genital Mutilation.


For more information, read the article on The Guardian!