Orsolya Jenei founded “Mapping for Niger” at the Université Abdou Moumouni in Niamey. She is a master trainer with USAID’s PDEV II program, working with collaborative mapping and social media for positive youth engagement. Since 2012, she has worked on the international project OpenStreetMap, a digital platform creating collaborative maps open to the world. She contributes to the development of technical volunteers in this area in Niger, Burkina Faso and Chad and has four years of experience training youth in 2.0 technologies for sustainable development and humanitarian action. While uploading mapping data for their countries, these young people gain practical experience that can also serve them in their future professions. Orsolya is an economist of Hungarian origin, and is fluent in French and English.