Posts Tagged esri

To Solve the World’s Biggest Health Challenges, First Understand Where They’re Happening

A map can reveal the radius of an outbreak or the path of a major storm. Direct Relief’s mapping and research analysis […]

Esri, Direct Relief Nominated for Global Mobile Award

GSMA Nomination Commends the Application of a Mobile, Map-Based Solution in a Humanitarian Crisis Redlands, California — International humanitarian organization Direct Relief and […]

Nominet Trust Honors Direct Relief for Use of Mapping Technology

AID Maps

Today, Nominet Trust, the UK’s leading tech for good funder, has announced that Direct Relief has been named among the Nominet Trust 100 (NT100) […]

El Niño: Mapping Health Risks for California’s Most Vulnerable

El Nino Story Map

A geospatial analysis by Direct Relief has identified communities in California’s Los Angeles, San Luis Obispo, Yolo, Lake, and Trinity counties as facing […]

Culpeper to Copenhagen: A Week in Transatlantic Humanitarian UAV Trainings

Cumulus UAV Prep

This article first appeared on NetHope On a wide, flat western Virginia field, home to the Culpeper Barnstormers radio controlled aircraft club, a […]

Open Data: Nepal Earthquake 2015

While the availability of open data can assist disaster recovery efforts, too much of it can be overwhelming. Such was the case following […]