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Supporting Online Volunteer Response to the Nepal Earthquake

By Shadrock Roberts, Director, Resilience Network Initiative

Ebola, Pop-Up Infrastructure and role of Tech in Crisis & Rebuild

The Ebola epidemic shook several countries in 2014, with international coverage being spotty early on, then escalating quickly as the disease spread. As of writing this post, the Ebola epidemic is still a major international issue.

Announcing Ushahidi Platform v3.0.0-beta.6 release!

Ushahidi Platform V3.0.0-beta.6 is out!
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Take it out for a spin on our demo site, but keep in mind that this is not ready for production, but we continue to get closer.

Announcing our first Beta release of Ushahidi v3

It’s been a couple of months since we shared what progress we’ve been making on Ushahidi v3. Today, we’re rolling out a beta version of Ushahidi v3, v3.0.0-beta.1.

Our community dives into v3.0

A week into announcing our developer release of Ushahidi v3, the .ke based team set out to introduce the local dev community to the platform, and get them involved in development at an early stage.

Weekly: FoodSync, Tech for emergencies, and Plugins!

Deployment of the week
We applaud the efforts of Foodsync.org, utilizing the power of technology to reduce waste and connect surplus food to the hungry by mapping out food donations from participating vendors and delivery of these donations to organizations in the US.

Weekly: Reevo Maps, Micromappers and Cameroon Election Help!

Deployment of the week
This week, we recognise the efforts of the Reevo team to build a virtual platform that reflects diverse and multiple alternative education initiatives worldwide.

Weekly: Compassion Games, Crisis maps in Athens, and Releases!

Deployment of the Week
This week, we recognise two deployments for their outstanding work and efforts.
Crisis scape embark on a mission to trace and research cases of migrant attacks in Athens.

Weekly: YoSoyRed, SXSW Panel Voting

Happy Week! Maps connect us to stories and data. Our Deployments of the Week aim to give voice to the dispossessed.

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