Wish you had a better way to make sense of Twitter during disasters than this? Type in a keyword like #ChileEarthquake in Twitter's search box above and you'll see more tweets than you can possibly read in a day let alone keep up with for more than a few minutes. Wish there way were an easy, free and open…
CrisisCommons seeks to advance and support the use of open data and volunteer technology communities to catalyze innovation in crisis management and global 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…
DSU is the official app of the Department for Emergency Situations, Ministry of Internal Affairs.DSU's aim is to provide citizens with a quick tool for information and reportings about critical situations and disasters which they are witnessing.What do you find inside DSU app: - articles, news and official statements of the Department for Emergency Situations;- information about weather alerts, traffic alerts and natural disasters;- a section for reporting events which you are witnesses (fire, flood, accident i.e.);- a section for informing you about how to act effectively in critical situations and the behaviour you should adopt;- tests for verifying your knowledge.We are excited to provide this useful tool and hope you will enjoy using it.DSU TeamPS: Your feedback is important to us. We welcome and appreciate your opinions, suggestions and rankings.
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HOT is an international team dedicated to humanitarian action and community development through open mapping.
Humanity Road is a disaster response 501c3 charity specializing in sourcing critical information and resources when disaster strikes.
Helping people raise their voice and those who serve them to listen and respond better