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Matched ReliefWeb maps to key decision maker questions and key datasets defined by the CDS / 72 hours needs assessment to ease the search for important information. Additional resources include an evaluation on types of datasets/maps shared, guidance for volunteer tagging, and developer blog...
Matches ReliefWeb maps to key decision maker questions and key datasets defined by the Coordinated Data Scramble to ease the search for important information. To review the effectiveness of map sharing please see, Map Review: Ecuador.
On April 25, 2015 a 7.8 magnitude earthquake shook Gokha, Nepal impacting the nearby capital of Kathmandu.
Cyclone Pam Activation Request (OCHA ROP 15 March): 1. Collection locations of injured people, infrastructure damage, interrupted water supply, damaged health facilities etc. (data and crisis map). 2. Search for tweets about the storm, identify pictures and videos of damage and flooding, locate,...
The DHN Ebola Storyboard showcases some of the work DHN affiliated members have completed while working towards disease elimination. For more information regarding members current and/or past Ebola-related activities, please see the DHN Ebola Biography.
PeaceGeeks - in partnership with Affinity Bridge and Gnucooop - has developed the Services Advisor app to support the 620,000+ Syrian re
The request was made through the Digital Humanitarian Network to engage their member-organisations in this work. The work has been supported by the World Health Organisation and UNOCHA to name but a few. All maps related to this activation can be found here.
We will need support with infographics, graphic design, animation, social media, general outreach. We would also love to showcase your members' uses of technology and share best practices.
In response to Typhoon Yolanda, the DHN Network has mobilized to support Palau and the Philippines.
On July 4th, the Digital Humanitarian Network received an activation request to support needs for the flood in Uttarakhand, India.   “Having worked with SEEDS India in the past, we