To inform its work and understanding of complex issues, Direct Relief maps a variety of socio-economic factors that contribute to poverty, poor health, and the susceptibility of communities to crisis events such as hurricanes or other natural disasters.
Direct Relief’s hurricane map combines social vulnerability data, health facility sites and staging locations for emergency medicine.
The Aid Map provides a way for anyone to easily visualize and analyze the reach of Direct Relief’s activities, anywhere in the world, at any time.
Mapping application tracks Direct Relief’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Map updates automatically with information on active fires and the communities they impact.
Map showing locations of United States Federally Qualified Health Centers, Free & Charitable Clinics, Direct Relief partners, Hospitals, and Public Health Departments.
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