Dear HOT and Missing Maps friends,

We are happy to announce that YouthMappers is now a network of 
<> 100 chapters in 30 
 Please help us in welcoming our 100th chapter in 100 weeks: The Nature Club at 
Karatina University!

Read our blog post 
 welcoming them to the network. (While you’re at it, there are so many great 
blogs there from our youth!)

Thanks to all of you for all you do to support the involvement of all of our 
students everywhere in mapping for resilience, helping them engage and learn 
and contribute to your work. YouthMappers are not just building maps, but 
building mappers!

Also, to show our gratitude to USAID who has sponsored the creation of this 
network, please help us spread the word, and re-tweet USAID's announcements of 
our 100th chapter:<>,<>


Pictured in photo: Andawa Godfrey, Treasurer; Paul Wandabusi, Organising 
Secretary; Amuga Bernard; President; Elizabeth Wairimu, Editor; Dr. Duncun 
Kimuyu-Patron; Elvis James Kagwe, Vice-president; Sally Kendo Mutembei, Vice 
Secretary; Janet Wangari Kariuki, Secretary; Benittez Kipyegon, Treasurer. Not 
pictured: Liner Muhuhe-Ex official; Mwangi J. Wambui, Environmental 
Officer/Alumni Advisor, Graduate of the Department of Environment and Natural 
Resources; Dr. Duncan Kimuyu, Department of Natural and Environment Studies, 
Faculty Advisor. We are also grateful to Elijah Kingori, YouthMappers Fellow, 
for introducing them, not pictured.

On behalf of our whole coordinating team at TTU, George Washington University, 
West Virginia University and friends at the USAID GeoCenter, thank you!

Patricia Solís, Ph.D.
Research Associate Professor of Geography, Texas Tech University

Co-Founder and Director, YouthMappers<>


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