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Founded in 2006, CartONG is a French non-governmental organization committed to furthering the use of geographic information tools to improve data gathering and analysis for emergency relief and development programmes around the world.   New technologies including mobile applications, GPS and satellite images can be used to bring together vital information about people's needs as never before. From determining the locations and health of people trapped under buildings after an earthquake, to tracking cholera cases in an urban slum, up-to-date and geographically specific information...
CODE is committed to participatory community building and research and evaluation that creates effective and sustainable programs in all forms of development issues. Transparency and Accountability   CODE uses its Follow The Money a movement ensuring transparency and accountability in the implementation of funds [international aid or government spending] intended for local communities. In 2013, we were successful in advocating and tracking the release of US$5.3 million to immediately treat 1,500 lead poisoned children in Bagega, Zamfara;In 2013: we advocated and tracked the release of...
CrisisCommons seeks to advance and support the use of open data and volunteer technology communities to catalyze innovation in crisis management and aglobal development. CrisisCommons is a global community of volunteers from technology, crisis response organizations, government agencies, and citizens that are working together to build and use technology tools to help respond to disasters and improve resiliency and response before a crisis. 
DataKind brings together top data scientists with leading social change organizations to collaborate on cutting-edge analytics and advanced algorithms to maximize social impact. Our programs build upon one another and are designed to meet organizations where they are. From evening or weekend events to multi-month projects, all are designed to provide social organizations with the pro bono data science innovation team they need to tackle critical humanitarian issues in the fields of education, poverty, health, human rights, the environment and cities.      DataKind Labs...
Building from 24-year record of delivering information about our changing planet, DigitalGlobe’s Seeing a Better World Program provides geospatial information and analytics at the scale of “whole systems” and links that to creating solutions for the major challenges facing the world. Sourced from our own advanced satellite constellation, our unique imagery solutions support a wide variety of uses within our global development initiatives from food security to disaster response to emergency response and more.
At Disaster Tech Labs we use WiFi to reconnect disconnected communities in disaster zones across the globe. We also support other disaster response organisation by providing IP-based communication services.  In between deployments we research and develop new technologies and new applications of existing technologies in order to improve disaster response work.  We operate from a bottom-up, grass roots perspective driven by the needs of those who we help.  Disaster Tech Labs also has a pool of skilled & experienced volunteers which can de deployed in response to disasters...
When disaster strikes, Esri’s Disaster Response Program (DRP) is there to support you around the clock, 24 x 7. Request assistance from Esri experts, augment software, explore content, and monitor events online as part of our corporate citizenship. We're there when you need us most. Thousands of organizations use Esri GIS software for readiness, effective response coordination, and comprehensive situational awareness. Following a disaster, Esri provides software, data coordination, technical support, and other GIS assistance to organizations. Esri can also provide onsite...
Geeks Without Bounds is an accelerator for humanitarian projects. We take teams through a six month mentorship cycle to bring good intentions to a state of deployment. Humanitarian response is a long-standing community with a diverse ecosystem of organizations and methods. Recent focus on crowd sourcing and crisis mapping has brought an influx of technology volunteers and digital humanitarians to this already complex system. Contributing to response efforts without unnecessarily complicating this ecosystem is a difficult task.One way of guiding this surge of attention has been through...
GeoThings is a social enterprise and target to the maximum benefit for all of our stakeholders, including our investors, employees, partners, and the society and the environment of our mother earth, with our expertise in information and communication technologies. We are now co-working with various communities and NGOs, and building the capacity for the coordination of information, especially for disaster response and relief.  
gnucoop  started in 2006 as a small group of free-lance IT professionals with the idea that free software and technologies have  great economical and technical advantages and they can provide  very useful tools to achieve Companies/Institutions/NGOs/Research Institutes/Aid Agencies’ objectives.   In 2012, we officially founded the Soc. Coop. gnucoop , in order to institutionalize our position and provide  a more comprehensive  and recognized expertise and support to our clients, particularly to non profit institutions. Our applications/projects provide...

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