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Youth

Putting Mental Health On The Map

A Growing Crisis   1 in 6 adults seek mental health services in England – a number that has been rising steadily since the early 2000s and leaped since the […]

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Volunteering

Artificial Intelligence or Machine Learning Specialist Required

Global MapAid seeks an AI or ML specialist who can work with our existing coders, to develop our ideas to automate our sustainable job creation activities.

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Maps

Covid-latest

Global MapAid has been mapping Covid-19 since March 2020

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Youth

Chatting with Theo Sergiou

We sat down with Theo Sergiou, London's representative in the British Youth Parliament, to discuss all things youth. Recent winner of the Rotary Young Citizen's Award 2020, Theo Sergiou has achieved outstanding feats for the community. Based in Enfield...

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Wildlife

Covid-19 Impact on Wildlife

The impact of COVID-19 on wildlife is shown across the globe, with stories from Russia to Nicaragua emerging. Protected birds of prey have been shot in the UK and at least four tigers lost in India. To find out more, explore our map...

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Volunteering

Fundraising Team Required

MapAid is in the process of setting up map franchises across the world, beginning in the UK and Ethiopia. To achieve this vision, we need to raise initial funding & awareness in the West, and for that, we need to build a fundraising team.

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Crime

London Knife Crime

Knife crime offences are rising across the UK, but ONS data shows that London consistently suffers the highest number of knife crime offences per capita of any region in the UK. To illustrate the extent of the problem of knife crime across Greater London, we at Global MapAid have produced the London Knife Crime Map.

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Youth

How Youth Unemployment and Crime are Linked in Your Area

At Global MapAid, we believe that when a picture tells a story in 1,000 words, then a good map can tell us so much more. Through our research into the problems and solutions for youth unemployment, we have identified that crime rates bear a strong connection with youth unemployment.

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Youth

Tackling Youth Unemployment

In the first quarter of 2020, Coronavirus has spread throughout the world at an alarming rate, catching world leaders off-guard and enacting a phenomenal cost in terms of human lives and livelihoods, particularly for young people and jobs.

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Fundraising

Donate for Free Using Give As You Live!

Give As You Live is a way in which you can donate without spending a penny! When you shop through the Give As You Live portal you will not notice anything out of the ordinary but, for every completed transaction, approximately 2.5% of the total value will go to Global MapAid.

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Coronavirus

Our COVID-19 response

Global MapAid is building a Big UK Hope Map that clearly shows where all the fantastic causes are and how you can support them! Visit our maps to see where you can donate locally and to get your project on the map! Learn about this and everything else we are doing.

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Maps

Creating COVID-19 Maps

We’re providing maps to show where amazing people are doing great things to help the main heroes having to deal with the COVID-19 response. We’re also providing up-to-date maps of the number of cases and fatalities for the whole of the United Kingdom at a more granular level.

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Past missions

Past missions: Pakistan

In the wake of the earthquake in 2005, GMA volunteers travelled to Pakistan to make maps for PODA, an indigenous not-for-profit, to guide donors and other visitors to their projects including a refugee camp.

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Past missions

Past missions: Zimbabwe

In 2009, Global MapAid embarked on a mission to Zimbabwe to assess the potential of mapping school and hospital facilities.

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Past missions

Past missions: Hurricane Katrina

When Hurricane Katrina devastated Greater New Orleans on 29 August 2005, Global MapAid initiated rapid deployment. Our mission was to collect data and produce maps showing  victims where they could find aid.

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