OpenStreetMap US

The Amazon is the largest jungle on the planet. It is also the ancestral home of hundreds of indigenous communities. The Amazon area of ​​Ecuador covers 48% of the national territory. One of the provinces with the largest Amazonian extension is Morona Santiago, the same one that is the habitat of the Shuar and Achuar indigenous communities, peoples who have been marginalized and this is due to the fact that there is not enough geospatial information.Therefore, the purpose of this project is to give them a voice through their spatial geolocation, through the use of OpenStreetMaps applications such as: Mapillary, Organic Maps and thus contribute with information for the analysis and elaboration of public policies in favor of their development

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