Tag: Haiti earthquake

Haiti and Beyond: Getting it Right in Crisis Information Management

The ICT4Peace Foundation released a new briefing today, co-authored by me, critically looking at the response to the devastating Haitian earthquake in early January. We chart in brief the significant progress made in the use of ICTs in humanitarian aid, and also how much more needs to be done in order to sustain and systematise

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Vital information on Haiti earthquake aid

On January 12, 2010, a 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck Haiti. Its shocking aftermath, the scale of which is only now coming to light, once again demonstrates the need for timely, accurate information to strengthen aid, response and recovery after a disaster. The ICT4Peace Foundation has created a page on its ICT4Peace Inventory wiki that links

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List of web resources for Haiti earthquake information and help

Update: 14 January 2010 Please see Vital information on Haiti earthquake aid for a far more comprehensive list of curated information resources. ### There’s a lot of information out there on the Haitian earthquake and these are just some of the sources I have found most reliable and useful. Some of these sites are updated

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