Explore the field and become a young humanitarian
Mapathon is a fun and engaging activity to deepen students’ knowledge of humanitarian work. Through hands-on mapping tasks, students can directly contribute to MSF's humanitarian medical activities. Click here to learn more about Mapathon.
Join MSF as a volunteer mapper
All students aged above 14 can be a volunteer mapper. With internet, laptop and a mouse, students can give their time to support MSF medical work. No prior experience is required and training will be provided. For younger students, it is recommended that they are accompanied by a parent or guardian.
How to start a Mapathon in your school?
Leadership building opportunity outside the classroom - Be a Mapping Leader with MSF
Students can sign up to join and support future Mapathons organised by MSF as Mapping Leaders. Mapping Leaders will work closely with MSF staff to train other new mappers and will have a chance to meet with fieldworkers during the Mapathon.
To acknowledge your support for MSF Day and Mapathon
All participating schools and Mapping Leaders will receive a certificate. To find out more about Mapathon or how your school and students can participate, please contact us at(firstname.lastname@example.org). You can fill in the school enrolment form ONLINE or download a form HERE.