I'm basically in diapers when we talk about mapping, open data, or how both are used for community development. Even so, I was given the INCREDIBLE (sorry to use such a basic word to describe it, but if I think it over, no fancy vocabulary could really do justice to the experience I lived and I firm...

“Hello! My name is Ben and I’m from Ghana. I like to…” then Ben slid his arm forward simulating the movements in a game of chess on an imaged board.  The circle of 30 strangers from around the world had to repeat Ben’s name, mimic his action, and then move on to the next person in the large circle....

The world is getting smaller day by day as it offers you the power to explore the diversity of the world map on your fingertips. Absorbing this feeling, there would be no extensive exploration of this inexplicable world like a global citizen until today. Envisioning the world map by holding the hand...

“Selecting leaders is critical. You do your best to identify those who are leaders. Sometimes you are right, sometimes you are wrong but in the selection of the twenty students, the steering committee was right. They did a great job”

As we walk the journey of developing a generation of young leaders,...

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