Crowdsourced Maps

You can turn everyone into an activist by enabling them to send you information relevant to your cause using tahaki crowdsourcing mobile app

Crowdsourced Maps

Using tahaki crowdsourced maps, NGOs can collaborate with volunteers and activists to collect data, geographical locations and images using the internet and mobile applications.

  • All what the NGO has to do is to define a new project and configure it using To create new crowdsourced map click here.
  • Volunteers and activists can install tahaki crowdsourcing app that is available through Google Play and Apple Store , join the project and start submitting information.
  • All data collected through the mobile app will be added to the map created by the NGO and published to Later NGO can validate and verify the submitted information and remove unwanted data.
  • NGO can reach to volunteers and activists by sharing the crowdsourced map on social media.
  • Public Crowdsourced Maps are FREE.


What people are saying about tahaki crowdsourced maps

"We are so excited to find such an easy way to map our city, tahaki free crowdsource app is allowing us to engage with our community in fun journeys walking around the city mapping and taking photos of old and new landmarks. With minimal effort, we are gradually creating an interactive guide of beautiful Tripoli" Noura Maassarani - We Love Tripoli

"Tahaki crowdsourcing app is free and easy to use. It is enabling us to map pet shops and other facilities that use or keep animals. This also allows anyone who cares about this issue to join in making a change, and helps us use limited resources to make improvements in the most effective way." Jason Mier - Animals Lebanon

"We were overwhelmed with phone calls, whatsapp messages and calls from concerned citizens about violations against our environment, today with tahaki free crowdsource app we are able to reach out to a larger audience and to document all violations for our observatory to act upon" Paul Abi Rashed - Lebanese Eco Movement

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You are not alone. Engage everyone by crowdsourcing input on a social matter