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April 23, 2012


Chad Davis

It's certainly a commendable feat achieved by the Rwandan Lands and Mapping Department. Creating a land adminstration system in Rwanda and that too within the last 5 years is by no means an easy task, given that the african nation was under severe political violence and civil unrest aside from reported cases of human rights violation, in the last couple of years. I think, without GIS Maps, producing high resolution and accurate imagery and helping in the charting of territories, consulting with local people and drawing boundaries wouldn't have been that fast! Thanks for sharing this informative post. It surely highlights once more how Geopsatial solutions can shape our future and help in establishing better human understanding, even in far flung and remote locales.

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