Many thanks to our partners to supporting Map Kibera Trust's work over the years. Get in touch if you have ideas about how we can work together.
Carolina for Kibera
CfK provided operational space and support at the very beginning of Map Kibera in 2009. More recently, we are working together to improve sanitation and program mapping in the parts of Kibera CfK serves.
GOAL worked with Map Kibera to map toilet locations, and collect data, to inform their program to install new sanitation facilities.
USIP supported Map Kibera to map and monitor the 2013 Kenyan elections.
Indigo Trust supported Map Kibera's outreach to the community, and wall painting.
African Technology and Transparency Initiative supported Map Kibera's organizational development and operations in 2011/2012.
UN Habitat Youth Fund supported Map Kibera to map the Mukuru slum.
Contributors to our Global Giving campaign to print and distribute maps in the slum.
Plan Kenya, along with Community Cleaning Services, worked with Map Kibera to map the Mathare slum as part of a Community Led Total Sanitation process.
Hivos covered some of the start up expenses of Map Kibera in 2010.
UNICEF supported Map Kibera's thematic mapping in 2010.
JumpStart International provided the seed funding to allow the first month of Map Kibera to happen, back in 2009.
From before we started, Ushahidi provided connections in Kenya, a home at the iHub, and financial umbrella for UN Habitat. We most recently worked together among many others, on the Uchaguzi project.