ACAPS is dedicated to improving the assessment of humanitarian needs in complex emergencies and crises.
We support and strengthen humanitarian capacities to carry out better coordinated assessments before, during and after crises. Through development and provision of innovative tools, know-how, training and deployment of assessment specialists, we aim to contribute towards a change in the humanitarian system’s current practice with respect to needs assessments.
Humanitarian organisation, recognized as a leader in the fight against malnutrition, Accion Contra el Hambre | ACF International saves the lives of malnourished children while providing communities with access to safe water and sustainable solutions to hunger.
ACLED (Armed Conflict Location & Event Data Project) is the most comprehensive public collection of political violence data for developing states. This dataset contains information on the specific dates and locations of political violence, the types of event, the groups involved, fatalities and changes in territorial control. Information is recorded on the battles, killings, riots, and recruitment activities of rebels, governments, militias, armed groups, protesters and civilians.
As of early 2015, ACLED has recorded over 100,000 individual events, with ongoing data collection focused on Africa, South Asia and South East Asia. Data can be used for medium- and long-term analysis and mapping of political violence across developing countries through use of historical data from 1997, as well as informing humanitarian and development work in crisis and conflict-affected contexts through realtime data updates and reports. Despite the waning of civil wars across the developing world, ACLED data show that political violence rates have remained relatively stable in the past eighteen years. ACLED seeks to support research and work devoted to understanding, predicting and reducing levels of violence and their consequences.
Since 1993, as the second French NGO, ACTED has been committed to immediate humanitarian relief to support those in urgent need and protect people’s dignity, while co-creating longer term opportunities for sustainable growth and fulfilling people’s potential.
Adeso, formerly known as Horn Relief, was established in 1991 in response to Somalia’s devastating humanitarian crisis and civil war. We started as a small grassroots organization dedicated to helping Somalia’s pastoralist groups, particularly women and youth. Adeso has since grown into an African-based organization working in Kenya, Somalia and South Sudan where we advocate for much-needed resources for our partner communities and work hard to co-create innovative long-lasting solutions.
The Afghanistan Protection Cluster is intended to strengthen the co-ordination of humanitarian action in Afghanistan by facilitating a more predictable, accountable and effective approach by humanitarian and human rights protection actors. Through its leadership, the APC is accountable to the Humanitarian Coordinator for the responsibilities defined by the global terms of reference for cluster leads.
The overarching objective of the African Development Bank (AfDB) Group is to spur sustainable economic development and social progress in its regional member countries (RMCs), thus contributing to poverty reduction. The Bank Group achieves this objective by: mobilizing and allocating resources for investment in RMCs; and providing policy advice and technical assistance to support development efforts.
Afrobarometer is a series of surveys that measure public opinion on key political, social and economic issues. Data are gathered by face-to-face interviews in local languages with national probability samples of African citizens. Afrobarometer has gathered the views of over 200,000 Africans since its inception in 1999.
ALHASAN SYSTEMS is a privately owned development company registered in Canada and Pakistan. This hi-tech knowledge management, business psychology modeling, and publishing company is constantly contributing its data and services to both humanitarian and developmental causes through its Public/ Private Partnership [PPP] SKIM and ODOA initiatives.
ALHASAN SYSTEMS strives to provide the most cost effective solutions and services, which not only serve its clients’ immediate requirements but also contribute to the
much larger cause of community welfare and development. Its area of professional services spreads from environment, energy, health, education, natural resources, critical infrastructure, utilities management, tourism, and investments, to community development and crisis management.
ALHASAN SYSTEMS corporate roadmap focuses on new trends in the field of Geomatics Engineering, Geo-engineering, Data Management, Bio Interfacing, Business
Psychology Modeling, Hi-tech publishing, e-Learning, and Smart Power Gridding and Engineering Services. This is possible when fairly serious ecological, political, and moral
ramifications are addressed strategically. That’s why social awareness, advocacy, and capacity building remain at the heart of ALHASAN SYSTEMS.
ALHASAN SYSTEMS constantly update its data in relation to its projects and also as a service to larger public bodies as well as research community to promote its pioneering 100% self-financed Open Data/ Open Access [OD/OA] initiative in Pakistan. We also share a number of additional layers and thousands of maps each year free-of-cost in the larger public interest.
All our data are made available through Pakistan’s only Metadata portal [www.geopakistan.pk] launched in 2012 by iMMAP in collaboration with its partners under USAID funding. This portal is now hosted and maintained at NED University of Engineering & Technology with hundreds of registered researchers in Pakistan.
The American Red Cross (ARC) International Services Department (ISD) seeks to prevent and alleviate human suffering around the world by responding to disasters, building safer, more resilient communities, and educating future humanitarians. The American Red Cross continues to deepen and expand its international programming while also working to strengthen the global Red Cross Red Crescent Network, in order to deliver critical assistance to some of the most vulnerable communities in the world.
The Eastern Africa Food Prices Data Portal is a web based information system for food and input prices of selected Association for Strengthening Agricultural Research in Eastern and Central Africa (ASARECA) member countries namely Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda and Ethiopia. The food and input price information is standardized and archived into a regional data portal and is easily accessible for use by regional research institutions, individual researchers and analysts. This supports analysis and informed policy-making geared towards reducing the high food and input prices. This data portal is an initiative of the following institutions: -Ethiopia Development Research Institute (EDRI) - University of Nairobi (UoN) - National University of Rwanda (NUR) - Economic Policy Research Centre (EPRC) - Economic and Social Research Foundation (ESRF) - Eastern Africa Grain Council (EAGC) - Regional Strategic Analysis and Knowledge Support System (ReSAKSS-ECA) hosted by the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI)
It is the first IFRC Reference Centre in Asia Pacific region, initiated by the Korean Red Cross with the support of the IFRC AP Regional Office. The Centre aims at helping Asia Pacific National Red Cross and Red Crescent Society scale up capacity for DRR and Community Resilience.
As an independent, non-profit organization, BICC (Internationales Konversionszentrum Bonn—Bonn International Center for Conversion) deals with a wide range of global topics in the field of peace and conflict research centering around organized violence. Our vision is a more peaceful world. Our mission is to conduct critical, problem-oriented, policy relevant research in response to the problems posed by organized violence. To do so, we engage in active exchanges with scholars and politicians as well as stakeholders in everyday practice and civil society. As a think tank, BICC seeks to engage in a dialogue with NGOs, governments, private organizations, research institutes and universities and well as with interested individuals. BICC examines the dynamics of organized violence at three levels: concepts, means and practices. Its work is clustered in various research themes among them 'discourses about war', arms transfers and arms control', 'mobilization and demobilization', 'natural resources and conflict', 'refugees and IDPs'. BICC’s portfolio includes: applied research, policy advice, technical advice and capacity development, data and geographic information systems, information of the public. BICC cooperates with international and national research institutes and foundations, UN and other international organizations, ministries such as the Federal Foreign Office (AA) and the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) as well as with institutions such as the Federal Agency for Civic Education (bpb), NGOs, and international and bilateral organizations working in the field of development cooperation. BICC is co-editor of the annual “Peace Report” (Friedensgutachten).
Caritas Australia is the international aid and development organisation for the Catholic Church in Australia.The organisation is part of Caritas Internationalis, an international confederation of 165 Catholic relief, development and social service organisations working to build a better world for the poorest of the poor in over 200 countries and territories.
Our mission is to assist impoverished and disadvantaged people overseas, working in the spirit of Catholic social teaching to promote the sacredness of human life and the dignity of the human person. Although our mission is rooted in the Catholic faith, our operations serve people based solely on need, regardless of their race, religion or ethnicity. Within the United States, CRS engages Catholics to live their faith in solidarity with the poor and suffering people of the world.