On 4 November 2014 the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) in collaboration with Doctors Without Borders UK and the American and Brith Red Cross announced the opening of the Missing Maps Project.
More than 900 volunteers are helping in the recovery efforts in Philippines by collaborating on online maps, through the OpenStreetMap network.
The 2013 edition of the World Disasters Report, with a focus on technology and the future of humanitarian action, was launched on 3
International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), United Nation Office for Outer Space Affairs (OOSA), Royal Norwegian Embassy Permanent Mission to the International Organisations in Vienna and Austrian Red Cross
Using technology to improve humanitarian action and save lives is a responsibility, not a choice!
From the research stage to full operation – The Center for Satellite Based Crisis Information (ZKI) is now on call around the clock.
The American Red Cross Disaster Services is using Exede Enterprise satellite services from ViaSat Inc. to provide satellite connectivity during disaster response.
NRSC’s largest core area in humanitarian aid is health and care.
The American and Ugandan Red Cross have partnered up with the U.S.
Geographic information systems (GIS) become increasingly important to international humanitarian organizations such as the International Red Cross (ICRC), as René Saameli, the ICRC's GIS coordinato
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