Sunday, 5 August 2007


SALB, Secondary Administrative Level Boundaries, is a UN project focusing on a common geographic database to help with land administration. It has an ambitious remit attempting to deliver a global solution. But who can knock the UN for trying? Their July newsletter has a wealth of detail on latest progress. As ever I'm interested in the state of mapping in Africa and it looks pretty woeful on the 1:1 million front.

What can we do?

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