Language Movement of Bangladesh – A Geospatial Timeline In his book ReORIENT, Andre Gunder Frank argues that history of no place can be adequatelyRead More
The anticipated workshop “Career in Geography: Pathway Guidelines from GIS Professionals” has been held on 12th March, 2020 in Department of Geography and Environment,Read More
GroupMappers have successfully completed four day-long workshop on “Digital Map Making and Demarcation of Union for Mass Dog vaccination Program”, supported by National RabiesRead More
3rd Phase: Collecting or labelling the names of mapped communities or villages annotated by polygons and point locations. Study site: Lama Upazila, Bandarban StudyRead More
The project is a part of a larger initiative that tries to tackle the spread of disease caused by extreme air, water, and soilRead More
GroupMappers organized GIS for beginners: introduction to GIS, a 4-week GIS course held over weekends from 19 April-4 May in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The 32Read More
We support communicable disease control programs under the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MOHFW) in Bangladesh through collection of high quality, high resolution geospatial data. The initial goal is to map communities in selected rural areas. Once, complete, the next stap will be to label the polygons with the names of communities through crowdsourcing.