The local government agencies make it a point to always map Saint Vincent and Grenadines parishes for site selection, planning, and territory analyses. Saint Vincent and The Grenadines is a beautiful island country in the Caribbean. It is made up of 6 parishes. Due to its location in Oceania, the country is prone to natural disasters like hurricanes, coastal flooding, and tropical storms. Hence, an overlay of the parish boundaries on a map is a big help. When parishes are mapped, the pattern between locations and territories are magnified. Additionally, location data points begin to make meaning and tell their stories. Therefore a territory map is crucial when planning for early warnings and information dissemination.
To signify that communication is vital, the map can be easily shared to government response agencies and volunteers. In addition, the map can be embedded on a website for the whole community to look at. Mapline makes it easy to share and embed maps because we know that in the face of danger, time is of the essence. Disaster planning and communication should never be hampered. In line with that, maps can be updated in a timely manner. Mapline offers an easy edit feature wherein the users can update and edit information. This feature is essential in updating risk points. The users can add additional dataset, change the latitude and longitude of locations, delete an address, or change the distances depending on the scope of territory analyses.
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