Together with our Tanzanian and international partners we have several ongoing research, education and development cooperation projects. These deal broadly with geospatial and ICT applications and address practical needs in the society.

We have science-practice expertise ranging from land change and participatory landscape planning to geospatial and ICT education, business and innovation development.

Our participatory, co-creative ways of working and long-term partnerships in Tanzania will ensure mutual learning and development of geospatial and ICT applications based on the needs in the society and in the institutions.

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UTU Tanzania Team
Participation is the key to understand local challenges. Students acquiring skills on engaging local community to understand local urban challenges during the industrial training under the Resilience Academy Universityof Dar Es Salaam #Aru Sokoine University of Agriculture The State University of Zanzibar Moshi Co-operative University Yrkeshögskolan Novia – Novia UAS Turun ammattikorkeakoulu University of Turku photo by OMDTZ See MoreSee Less

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UTU Tanzania Team
Exposing young students with technology as a way to provides motivation for them to acquire skills. #skillsdevelopment @geoict4e This picture was taken in 2019 when students were exited with leaning how to make and operate Drones as their practical training in the Resilience Academy industrial training program. The students were hosted by OpenMap Development Tanzania team. See MoreSee Less

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