On 7th November we celebrated our 6th birthday with an online event hearing from many of the community groups we have worked with or trained over the last 6 years.
We started with an overview of our work which you can see here and review the slides here. Next we heard about the school mapping and nutrition projects. This was followed by presentations about mapping maize mills to prevent stunting and poor nutrition, and training Youthmappers by the Reslience Academy and OMDTZ, and how mapping helps with progress towards the SDGs.
And Rhobi talked about how her Digital Champions programme is helping to protect girls in Serengeti, Tarime and Butiama districts, as well as teach them digital skills.
She will also be talking at our next event on Monday for GeoWeek - I hope you can join us to find out more.
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