Posts Tagged Maps

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 […]

A Map of Community Health Workers in sub-Saharan Africa

1 Million Health Workers Map

As Ebola prompts calls and support for a much-needed increase in the number of trained community health workers, it is critical that we understand where these workers are […]

Mapping One Million Community Health Workers

The Research and Analysis Team is at the headquarters of technology company Esri for an intensive ten-day collaboration to developing mapping applications […]

Why GIS Mapping Technology is a Powerful Tool for Humanitarian Aid

Direct Relief was honored with the 2013 President’s Award from technology company Esri for outstanding use of mapping software known as geographic […]

Direct Relief Receives President’s Award for Outstanding Use of GIS

Nonprofit Recognized for Improving Operations and Promoting Transparency in Humanitarian Work Redlands, California—Direct Relief, a leading humanitarian medical aid organization, was honored […]

Global Fistula Map Cited by U.N. Secretary General

In the midst of Hurricane Sandy activity last week, it was nice to see the Global Fistula Map—published by Direct Relief, the […]