Fruits of Thought is the proud organizer of Mapping Day Uganda, a one day activity full of hand drawn roads, buildings, land use, and social services professionally supported by walking papers and GPS devices.
This Friday, the Uganda National Examinations Board (UNEB) has presented the results of the 2012 Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE) Examinations, to the Honourable Minister of Education and sports for presentation to the public.
This September, Map Uganda will be travelling and mapping with 5 Universities throughout Uganda. There will be an expected number of 20 participating students per University (minimum), who will be introduced to mapping with the openstreetmap.
On 15 & 16th of June, Fruits of Thought together with Mountbatten Ltd launched the Mapping Challenge 2012 plotting schools, roads, health clinics, land use, water points, shops among other features in Kampala and any other part of Uganda, on OpenStreetMap.
The Community is a meeting place for all people interested in mapping and feeling close to Uganda. Drop a question, debate on the answer and chat with on-line available map experts.