Caminos de la Villa
Caminos de la Villa is an interactive data visualization platform that allows users to follow-up and monitor urbanization processes in slums.
Caminos de la Villa is a civic technology platform that allows users to follow-up and monitor the urbanization process carried out by the government of Argentina in the slums of Buenos Aires. Users can access detailed information, and download documents or pictures about the public works in each neighborhood. The platform also allows the citizens of those areas to report claims and add points of interest in their neighborhood. The platform was developed by Wingu in collaboration with ACIJ
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Citizens that live in slums, journalists, and activists.
As of 2020, the platform has reached +6.000 users in Argentina.
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This product aims to reduce inequalities and improve the quality of life of the citizens that live in the marginal areas of Buenos Aires.
No testing has been completed yet.
No third-party organizations, only testing performed by the designers.
No known safety hazards are related to this product.
Users need a smartphone with internet access.
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