A network of projects supporting the creation of data resources about urban deprivation and assets.
LAGOS, Nigeria - NAIROBI, Kenya - KANO, Nigeria
To co-create an integrated data ecosystem that enables routine, accurate mapping of slums, informal settlements, and other deprived areas across LMIC cities
Data4HumanRights develops together with JEI and Community Mappers training materials to professionalize the training of community data collectors. We are presently developing a set of 28 short training units.
Nairobi, Kenya - Kisumu, Kenya - Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso
An interdisciplinary project that involving the use of a wide suite of remotely sensed indicators at different spatial and spectral resolutions, and the implementation of different modelling approaches, with the aim of creating a holistic and open-access tool for slum mapping at different scales, in sub-Saharan Africa.
Developing a community-led geo-spatial database for mapping deprived urban areas (e.g., informal settlements) that supports the decision making process for displacement socio-economic reconstruction in Khartoum, Sudan.
Mexico City, Mexico - Medellín, Colombia - Salvador, Brazil - Buenos Aires, Argentina - Lagos, Nigeria - Nairobi, Kenya - Mumbai, India - Jakarta, Indonesia
The primary objective of IDEAtlas is to develop, implement, validate and showcase advanced AI-based methods to automatically map and characterize the spatial extent of slums from Earth Observation (EO) data.