Practical Insights on Relief for ICT4D Projects

Apply Now: $11,250,000 for Your Humanitarian Technology Innovations

Apply Now: $11,250,000 for Your Humanitarian Technology Innovations

Published on: Jun 17 2019 by Wayan Vota - 3 Comments
  Today, over 201 million people require humanitarian assistance. Millions of the most vulnerable people in conflict zones are currently unreachable by traditional...
Apply Now: £1.1 Million in Grants for Humanitarian Technology Solutions

Apply Now: £1.1 Million in Grants for Humanitarian Technology Solutions

Published on: May 27 2019 by Wayan Vota - Comments Off on Apply Now: £1.1 Million in Grants for Humanitarian Technology Solutions
The GSMA Mobile for Humanitarian Innovation Fund promotes innovation in the use of mobile technology to address humanitarian challenges. It supports solutions to...
7 Ways You’re Contributing to the Humanitarian Metadata Problem

7 Ways You’re Contributing to the Humanitarian Metadata Problem

Published on: Dec 27 2018 by Guest Writer - Comments Off on 7 Ways You’re Contributing to the Humanitarian Metadata Problem
The past decade has seen a surge in the use of mobile telecommunications, messaging apps and social media. As they become more accessible around the world, these...
Please RSVP Now: Digital Technologies for Resilience Workshop

Please RSVP Now: Digital Technologies for Resilience Workshop

Published on: Oct 22 2018 by Josh Woodard - Comments Off on Please RSVP Now: Digital Technologies for Resilience Workshop
The Digital Technologies for Resilience Workshop is back for its second year in Bangkok, Thailand on November 27-28, 2018 to identify digital technologies that...
How to use Network Analysis to Keep Social Connections in Community Resettlement Projects

How to use Network Analysis to Keep Social Connections in Community Resettlement Projects

Published on: Apr 30 2018 by Catholic Relief Services - 2 Comments
We know that relocations after disasters or conflicts are quite challenging. Imagine replicating the shape, the personal bonds, the livelihoods, the urban patterns...
How to Protect Refugee Camps from Floods and Cyclones Using Geographic Information Systems

How to Protect Refugee Camps from Floods and Cyclones Using Geographic Information Systems

Published on: Apr 18 2018 by Catholic Relief Services - Comments Off on How to Protect Refugee Camps from Floods and Cyclones Using Geographic Information Systems
Late last year, following the escalating violence in Myanmar’s Rakhine State, nearly 1 million Rohingya refugees have fled Myanmar for camps over the Bangladesh...
How Do You Mitigate Large Scale Distribution Risk For 3 Million Constituents?

How Do You Mitigate Large Scale Distribution Risk For 3 Million Constituents?

Published on: Oct 25 2017 by Catholic Relief Services - Comments Off on How Do You Mitigate Large Scale Distribution Risk For 3 Million Constituents?
Food distribution is a huge part of foreign aid in times of food insecurity. For Ethiopia, around 1.5 million acute food insecure households have received food...
Apply Now: 3 Million GBP for Your Disaster Response Innovation

Apply Now: 3 Million GBP for Your Disaster Response Innovation

Published on: Oct 02 2017 by Wayan Vota - Comments Off on Apply Now: 3 Million GBP for Your Disaster Response Innovation
From Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines in 2013, to Nepal’s 2015 earthquake we are seeing time and again how mobile technology is being used to support community...
Last Chance to RSVP for Digital Technology for Resilience Workshop

Last Chance to RSVP for Digital Technology for Resilience Workshop

Published on: Sep 25 2017 by Josh Woodard - Comments Off on Last Chance to RSVP for Digital Technology for Resilience Workshop
Recently, FHI 360 launched the Technologies for Resilience Inventory with the Rockefeller Foundation to showcase technologies that are being used to enhance the...
You Need to Use UAVs in Emergencies

You Need to Use UAVs in Emergencies

Published on: Sep 14 2017 by Catholic Relief Services - 3 Comments
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, or drones, really excel in emergencies as they satisfy the first need in an emergency: provide quick, cheap, and highly local damage estimates....