Mobile Mapping Expands Across Africa

USAID's Mobile Application to Secure Tenure in use in Tanzania
Photo by: Freddy Feruzi

This post originally appeared on Medium.

Around the world, millions of people lack documented land rights. In many countries, land surveyors are rare and demand exorbitant prices for their services, mapping and land registry systems don’t work properly, and land titles— something we in the United States take for granted — can take years to issue and cost hundreds if not thousands of dollars to obtain.

But what if you could map land cheaply, efficiently, and accurately, just using an Android app?

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