FuerzaMexico: Disaster Capture App
The application FuerzaMéxico (lit. Mexico, be strong) was created after the earthquake in Puebla on September 19 with the aim of geolocating the points in the city affected by the disaster. The information is synchronized with that of the #Verificado19S project, which is compiled through a collaborative mapping.
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- not backed by constitution nor legislation, nor by any governmental policy or program
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- democratic innovation yields no decision