In 2020 we were awarded the Geospatial World Excellence Award for Crowdsourcing. Geospatial World Awards are internationally-acclaimed private awards recognising individuals and organisations behind remarkable innovations and ideas in the global geospatial industry. Geospatial World Excellence Awards recognizes exemplary practices in various user segments across the globe.
In 2019 we were awarded $9,000 from HOTOSM for the WomenConnect project, training digital champions in all 87 villages in Serengeti. This is ongoing and we are expanding into Butiama in 2020.
In September 2018, Rhobi and Janet were invited to host a mapathon at UNFPA headquarters in New York as part of the UN General Assembly. Rhobi also told her story as an FGM survivor and activist at a high level event there.
In 2018 we were awarded the OpenStreetMap award for Africa.
In 2017 we were awarded a microgrant from Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team. We also organised the first ever State of the Map Tanzania.
We have set up Youthmapper chapters in 6 colleges.
We are active members of Missing Maps, London.
In 2020 we were accepted as members of ESIP. We are planning to use Earth Observation to help with reforestation projects and much more.