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The goal of this project is to build on existing open mapping using humanitarian software from HOTOSM. I also wanted to learn about humanitarian software while contributing to its progression. This meant comparing HOTOSM with other disaster relief software. Open mapping will contribute to disaster relief in the areas that need mapping. Although most developed areas are mapped, it is crucial that more rural areas are as well. This will allow us to use already existing infrastructure to more efficiently provide aid to those impacted areas.
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