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  • Facebook

    219 Datasets - 0 Archived Datasets - 13 Members - 311 Followers
    Last updated on 15 September 2021
    We are interested in hearing from people who have used these datasets to improve our products and better understand the impact of this data. Please consider taking this two-minute survey. Facebook's Data for Good program includes tools built from de-identified data on our platform, as well as tools that we develop using satellite imagery and other publicly available sources. When data is shared responsibly with the communities that need it, it can improve wellbeing and save lives.
  • FAO REOWA (Subregional Team for Resilience West Africa and the Sahel)

    2 Datasets - 0 Archived Datasets - 5 Members - 65 Followers
    Last updated on 12 August 2021
    FAO’s Subregional Team for Resilience West Africa and the Sahel (REOWA) was created in Dakar in 2006 to enable FAO to liaise and coordinate with humanitarian actors at regional level. The Office also provides strategic humanitarian guidance for FAO’s country offices in the sub-region.

    9 Datasets - 0 Archived Datasets - 3 Members - 55 Followers
    Last updated on 20 November 2019
    Two decades of civil strife in Somalia resulted in the loss or damage of most of the water and land-related information collected over the previous half century. To alleviate the critical shortage of water and land information, a group of interested stakeholders decided together with Somali authorities that a new overview of these resources was needed, in the form of datasets based on structured, up-to-date and location-specific observations and measurements. The result was SWALIM. SWALIM, the Somalia Water and Land Information Management project, is an information management program, technically managed by the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) in Somalia and funded by the European Union (EU), the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) and the Common Humanitarian Fund (CHF). SWALIM serves Somali government institutions, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), development agencies and UN bodies engaged in assisting Somali communities whose lives and livelihoods depend directly on water and land resources. The program aims to provide high quality water and land information, crucial to relief, rehabilitation and development initiatives in Somalia, in order to support sustainable water and land resources development and management.
  • Fields Data

    32 Datasets - 0 Archived Datasets - 9 Members - 52 Followers
    Last updated on 28 June 2021
    We collect and share ground-level organizational information to facilitate partnerships and help projects increase their efficiencies and social impact. We envision a humanitarian and development community working together to reduce duplication, optimise resources and maximise their impacts.
  • Flowminder

    Last updated on 12 August 2021
    Non-profit organisation based in Stockholm, composed of academics working to develop and scale new analytic methods for public health applications in low and middle income countries.
  • Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO)

    431 Datasets - 0 Archived Datasets - 5 Members - 370 Followers
    Last updated on 12 September 2021
    Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations
  • Food Security and Nutrition Working Group, West and Central Africa

    1 Dataset - 0 Archived Datasets - 23 Members - 73 Followers
    Last updated on 18 May 2021
    Food Security and Nutrition Working Group, West and Central Africa
  • Foundation Center

    1 Dataset - 1 Archived Dataset - 1 Member - 128 Followers
    Last updated on 12 August 2021
    Foundation Center is the leading source of information about philanthropy worldwide. Through data, analysis, and training, it connects people who want to change the world to the resources they need to succeed.
  • Geographic Services, Inc.

    1 Dataset - 0 Archived Datasets - 3 Members - 142 Followers
    Last updated on 20 November 2019
    Geographic Services, Inc. (GSI) is the industry leader in Human Geography. Our cloud-based geospatially-enabled cultural data and technologies revolutionize the way activities, risks and opportunities are assessed throughout the globe. GSI’s architecture and supporting content are built on a framework of our core knowledge in language, culture, and spatial relationships which deliver innovative solutions that drive analytic needs within foreign contexts and locations.
  • GeoThings

    1 Dataset - 0 Archived Datasets - 3 Members - 171 Followers
    Last updated on 18 December 2017
    GeoThings was funded in 2015, a spin-off company from Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) of Taiwan as the very first technical-oriented social enterprise, focused on information coordination for disaster and emergency preparedness and response. With the investments from the technical industrial leaders, GeoThings started its journey aiming for the development of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) as the assistant tool and coordination platform for pre-disaster preparedness, in-disaster response, and post-disaster assessment. Not only cooperating with the regional organizations and non-government organizations, GeoThings actively participates in various international activities/communities and was invited as an expert observer of UN-GGIM, co-worked with OCHA on MicroMappers project, became the member of OGC, and partnered with Mapbox, Planet Labs, Digital Humanitarian Networks (DHN), and Humanitarian OSM Team (HOT). Our major software service, geoBingAn, which means “all the best” in Taiwanese, is an App/Web service platform that is currently used by various organizations and agencies. The geoBingAn service has been adopted by some of the city-level government agencies in Taiwan that allows the citizens to report issues such as street light outage to government, and further extended with Asian Development Bank for regional capacity building to strengthen the disaster resilience and emergency response in Armenia, Bangladesh, Fiji, and Philippines.
  • Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves

    1 Dataset - 1 Archived Dataset - 2 Members - 107 Followers
    Last updated on 12 August 2021
    The Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves is a public-private partnership hosted by the UN Foundation to save lives, improve livelihoods, empower women, and protect the environment by creating a thriving global market for clean and efficient household cooking solutions. The Alliance’s 100 by ‘20 goal calls for 100 million households to adopt clean and efficient cookstoves and fuels by 2020. We are working with a strong network of public, private and non-profit partners to help overcome the market barriers that currently impede the production, deployment, and use of clean cookstoves in developing countries.
  • Global CCCM Cluster

    12 Datasets - 0 Archived Datasets - 4 Members - 53 Followers
    Last updated on 12 August 2021
    The role of the Global Camp Coordination and Camp Management (CCCM) Cluster is twofold; to coordinate humanitarian actors with regards to all services provided to displaced populations within any communal settings (i.e. camps, informal settlements, collective centres); and working with the affected population to ensure representation, on-site governance and access to information about services provided.
  • Global Earthquake Model Foundation

    48 Datasets - 0 Archived Datasets - 2 Members - 21 Followers
    Last updated on 11 May 2021
    The GEM Foundation is a non-profit, public-private partnership that drives a global collaborative effort to develop scientific and high-quality resources for transparent assessment of earthquake risk and to facilitate their application for risk management around the globe. Assisted by an initiative of the OECD's Global Science Forum, GEM was formed in 2009 as a non-profit foundation in Pavia, Italy, funded through a public-private sponsorship with the vision to create a world that is resilient to earthquakes. GEM’s mission is to become one of the world’s most complete sources of risk resources and a globally accepted standard for seismic risk assessment; and to ensure that its products are applied in earthquake risk management worldwide.
  • Global Education Cluster

    1 Dataset - 0 Archived Datasets - 5 Members - 43 Followers
    Last updated on 22 July 2021
    The Global Education Cluster (GEC) supports country clusters and working groups to work towards a predictable, holistic, equitable and well-coordinated response by providing direct and remote field support, developing guidance, building evidence, strengthening capacities and advocating for the continued prioritisation of education, to meet growing education needs of crisis affected children and youth.
  • Global Health 50/50

    1 Dataset - 0 Archived Datasets - 2 Members - 58 Followers
    Last updated on 25 August 2021
    Global Health 50/50 is an independent, evidence-driven initiative to advance action and accountability for gender equality in global health housed at The UCL Centre for Gender and Global Health.
  • Global Healthsites Mapping Project

    207 Datasets - 0 Archived Datasets - 6 Members - 448 Followers
    Last updated on 27 August 2021
    Healthsites is an initiative to build an open data commons of health facility data with OpenStreetMap.
  • The Global Humanitarian Assistance (GHA) programme provides objective, independent, rigorous data and analysis on humanitarian financing and related aid flows. Our aim is to enable access to a shared evidence base on resources to meet the needs of people living in humanitarian crises. We believe that humanitarian decision-making should be informed by evidence and that reliable information is fundamental for improved accountability and effectiveness.
  • Global Shelter Cluster

    7 Datasets - 0 Archived Datasets - 12 Members - 284 Followers
    Last updated on 7 June 2021
    The Global Shelter Cluster (GSC) is an Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) coordination mechanism that supports people affected by natural disasters and internally displaced people affected by conflict with the means to live in safe, dignified and appropriate shelter. The GSC enables better coordination among all shelter actors, including local and national governments, so that people who need shelter assistance get help faster and receive the right kind of support. The GSC is co-chaired by IFRC and UNHCR at the global level. IFRC is the convener of the Shelter Cluster in natural disasters while UNHCR leads the Shelter Cluster in conflict situations.

    3 Datasets - 0 Archived Datasets - 6 Members - 17 Followers
    Last updated on 18 May 2021 is the first of its kind, easy-to-use global data repository and visualization platform that enables open access to real-time epidemiological anonymized line-list data. This platform was created by researchers from leading institutions around the world including Oxford, Harvard, Northeastern, Boston Children’s Hospital, Georgetown, University of Washington, and Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security. Our mission is to enable rapid sharing of trusted and open public health data to advance the response to infectious diseases. is a collaborative effort by technologists and researchers from leading international institutions to build a trusted, detailed, and accurate resource of real-time infectious disease data. As research becomes increasingly data-driven, our understanding of the world around us is only as accurate as the data we have available. We believe in equitable health research that serves communities of all backgrounds. This is why we built – a platform that brings together outbreak data from diverse communities and makes it available to all, regardless of geographic location or organizational affiliation. By creating a centralized open resource of verified case-level data from around the world, our aim is to accelerate the work of researchers, public health officials, and the global community to better prepare for, respond to, and reduce the burden of disease outbreaks. We hope that this work will help cultivate a global community invested in improving health outcomes for all through open and secure data sharing.
  • Globhe Drones

    15 Datasets - 0 Archived Datasets - 4 Members - 85 Followers
    Last updated on 14 September 2021
    Crowddroning by GLOBHE, creating a better future with drones. We send out local drone pilots to help you capture high quality reality data to detect and predict disasters around the world. MORE CROWDDRONING BY GLOBHE Web: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: LinkedIn:
  • GRID3 (Geo-Referenced Infrastructure and Demographic Data for Development)

    108 Datasets - 0 Archived Datasets - 5 Members - 85 Followers
    Last updated on 16 September 2021
    GRID3 (Geo-Referenced Infrastructure and Demographic Data for Development) works with countries to generate, validate and use geospatial data on population, settlements, infrastructure, and boundaries. GRID3 combines the expertise of partners in government, United Nations, academia, and the private sector to design adaptable and relevant geospatial solutions based on capacity and development needs of each country. The programme provides countries with a unique package of tools with which to generate open-source data, support for data applications to ensure effective impact, and training to strengthen the national geospatial foundation for future evidence-based development and humanitarian decision making. The programme offers a unique and efficient approach, combining the highest-resolution and most recent satellite imagery, dynamic modelling and newest scientific methods, and capacity-strengthening services to ensure sustainable use of geospatial data nationally.
  • Ground Truth Solutions

    23 Datasets - 0 Archived Datasets - 4 Members - 137 Followers
    Last updated on 4 December 2020
    Ground Truth provides humanitarian agencies with the tools to systematically listen and respond to the voices of affected people.
  • Grupo Interagencial sobre Flujos Migratorios Mixtos

    7 Datasets - 0 Archived Datasets - 4 Members - 22 Followers
    Last updated on 2 August 2021
    The Interagency Group for Mixed Migration Flows (GIFMM in its Spanish acronym) was created at the end of 2016 by the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) to respond to needs of the increasing flow refugees and migrants from Venezuela in Colombia. The group coordinates the national response to the situation of refugees and migrants in Colombia and currently has over 65 members.
  • GTMI Venezuela

    7 Datasets - 0 Archived Datasets - 17 Members - 34 Followers
    Last updated on 7 July 2020
    Grupo de Trabajo de Manejo de la Información para Venezuela - IMWG Venezuela Information Management Officers working on the Venezuela operation to be able to share private datasets.
  • HDX

    521 Datasets - 0 Archived Datasets - 31 Members - 1447 Followers
    Last updated on 16 September 2021
    The Humanitarian Data Exchange (HDX) is an open data sharing platform managed by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs. The HDX organization is managed by the HDX data team and is used to share data on behalf of a number of partners