Help Mapup Akure

Eco-Innovation Hub has partnered with the Ondo State government and Google to bring prominent locations in the city of Akure to Google Maps.

Through the project, the hub hopes to bring together about 50 young Nigerians some of whom are citizen cartographers to identify, edit and upload locations around the city (including monuments, government infrastructures, financial institutions, hospitality businesses) of Akure to Google Maps. The plan is to place the whole of Ondo State on Google Maps, thereby making local businesses and tourist attractions in the state visible around the world.

The pilot phase of the Akure Map-Up project has been scheduled for August 8-10 and invites interested people to sign up to participate at the event.

Want to participate? Fill form below:

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4 thoughts on “Help Mapup Akure

  1. Thanks for this post and great opportunity but i cant find the form that is required to be filled. Am really interested and will love to be a part of this. Thanks

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