The Royal Government of Bhutan will receive a grant of US$ 3.8 million from the World Bank for the Hydromet Services and Disaster Resilience Regional Project. The project is part of the World Bank’s...
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Oxfam publishes a report that gives a glimpse on the use of ICTs in humanitarian response.
The report details activities, outcomes of the Scaling Humanitarian ICTs Networks (SHINE)...
For poultry farmers in Bangladesh, avian influenza can be a devastating problem. The avian influenza, called H5N1 HPAI, is highly pathogenic and spreads very fast. Once the flu is spread out, birds...
The World Food Program (WFP) is officially partnering with WeRobotics to develop coordination mechanisms to guide the safe and effective use of aerial robotics (UAVs) in response to humanitarian...
FHI360 is currently looking for people willing to share information on the deployment of any digital technology innovation that is - or has the potential to enable individuals, communities or systems...
Learn about how drones can be used in the humanitarian and development sectors by joining the webinar below. Drones have been used in agriculture and other fields, drones play an important role in...
Online Event: The use of drones in the humanitarian and development sectors
Date & Time
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
1 hour 30 minutes
How to use...
In October 2005, leaders of Pacific nations at the 36th Pacific Islands Forum in Papua New Guinea endorsed A Framework for Action 2005–2015: Building the Resilience of Nations and Communities to...
In Kenya, where agriculture accounts for 75 percent of jobs, and 80 percent of the land is arid or semi-arid, droughts can be crippling. Sophisticated drought monitoring systems exist on a macro...
The Global Fire Information Management System (GFIMS) delivers near real-time fire information to support natural resource management around the world. The satellite-derived data is delivered to...