With the world refugee crisis reaching historic numbers, more and more questions are being asked concerning the management of such large flows of people, about the growth and management of refugee camps, and how to best aid these people in recovering the lives they left behind. Global numbers of dis...

January 28, 2020

STUDENTS AND FACULTY FROM NINE YOUTHMAPPERS CHAPTERS SELECTED TO SERVE AS RESEARCH FELLOW AND MENTOR TEAMS TO FILL DATA GAPS IN THE WORLD’S OPEN MAP.

Nine students and their faculty advisors from  universities with official YouthMappers chapters in good-standing have been selected as 2020 Research Fe...

As a student of Geography I have been amazed at the different applications of GIS. Partaking in the USAID Youthmappers internship has been a great experience and introduction into the humanitarian effort served by mapping. I have always held an empathy for people in need and previously had not been...

State of the Map Asia, 2019, still brings me the fresh lot of memories of the time in Bangladesh. Though the trip was short, it was, nevertheless, one of the best ones.

Well, it all started with filling up the form for the conference and worry chasing thereafter, if I could be one of the Scholars. Fo...

I am Maliha Binte Mohiuddin and I am a  YouthMappers Regional Ambassador. Starting the work as a regional ambassador, I have already organized trainings in two universities in Bangladesh and at two universities in Japan. The success of the training is creating an enthusiastic bridge among the studen...

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