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Sahana Overview

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A brief overview of Sahana.

A brief overview of Sahana.

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  • Since 2004, Sahana has been successfully deployed by national authorities and NGOs to cope with the aftermath of several major disasters, from Asia to the Americas, as well as for emergency preparedness and ongoing assistance projects. Recently, Sahana was deployed for use in response to the massive earthquakes in Haiti and Chile.
  • Whilst often a Disaster is the trigger to install Sahana, it is better to do it during the Preparedness phase.
  • Sahana has been adopted as a national disaster response system in both the Philippines and Indonesia and was used last year to assist the victims of typhoons in those countries and several others. In the US, Sahana has been adopted by the City of New York to help manage resources for its all-hazards sheltering plan, and is part of a program in Bethesda, Maryland to provide emergency services for a mass-casualty event.
  • Other student projects at Trinity, RPI & other universities
  • The future is Mobile. OpenDataKit allows easy creation of Android applications.
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    • 1. Sahana: Overview 3 July 2010, Sahana Camp Fran Boon [email_address]
    • 2. 2004 Asian Tsunami
      • At least 226,000 dead in 14 countries
      • Up to 5 million people lost homes, or access to food and water
      • 1 million people left without a means to make a living
    • 3. Organisation Registry
      • Who, What, Where
      • Projects
      • Contacts
      • Identify gaps in service provision
      • Ensure Actors coordinate
    • 4. Shelter Registry
      • Record Location where affected populations are taking refuge
      • Report capacity of shelters
    • 5. Missing Person Registry
      • Record Missing People
        • Name
        • Description
        • Photo
      • Record Location of People
      • Match Missing with Found (Living & Dead)
        • Reunite families
    • 6. Disaster Victim Identification
      • Identify Dead Bodies
      • Allow families can perform funeral rites & move on
    • 7. Volunteer Management
      • Register Volunteers
        • Skills
        • Availability
      • Create Tasks for Projects
      • Assign People to Tasks
    • 8. Request Management
      • Record Requests 
      • Pledge Support
      • Integration with
        • SMS
        • Twitter
        • Ushahidi
    • 9. Hospital Management System
      • Record available medical facilities 
        • Location
        • Capacity
      • Request Management
      • EDXL-HAVE compliant
    • 10. Deployments during Disaster
      • Flooding in Guatemala – 2010
      • Earthquake in Chile – 2010
      • Earthquake in Haiti – 2010
      • Cyclone Nargis in Myanmar – 2008
      • Chengdu-Sichuan Province Earthquake, China – 2008
      • Bihar Floods, India – 2008
      • Ica Earthquake, Peru – 2007
      • Cyclone Sidr in Bangladesh – 2007
      • Jogjakarta Earthquake, Indonesia – 2006
      • Landslides in the Philippines – 2005
      • Kashmir Earthquake in Pakistan – 2005
      • Indian Ocean Tsunami in Sri Lanka – 2005
    • 11.  
    • 12. Deployments before Disaster
      • Vietnam – 2010
      • Taiwan - 2010
      • National Coordinating Agency for Disaster Management (BNPB) in Indonesia – 2009
      • National Disaster Coordinating Council in Philippines – 2009
      • Ministry of Rehabilitation, Sri Lanka – 2010
      • Bethesda Hospitals & National Library of Medicine, Maryland USA - 2009
      • National Disaster Management Center & Ministry of Resettlement & Disaster Relief Services, Sri Lanka – 2009
      • Sarvodaya (NGO), Sri Lanka – 2008
      • Coastal Storm Plan in New York City, USA – 2007
    • 13.  
    • 14. Partners
      • IBM
      • Google
      • Cisco
      • InSTEDD
      • Ushahidi
      • Open Street Map
      • FortiusOne / Geocommons
      • Crisis Commons / Crisis Camps / Crisis Mappers
      • Open Aerial Map
      • Open Solutions Group
      • Synergy Strike Force
      • Telascience
    • 15. Global Community
      • USA
      • Sri Lanka
      • England
      • Sweden
      • Pakistan
      • India
      • Thailand
      • Taiwan
      • New Zealand
    • 16. Google Summer of Code 2010
      • Survey Tool
      • Optical Character Recognition
      • Volunteer Management
      • Improved User Interface
      • Logistics
      • Spreadsheet Importer
      • Synchronisation
    • 17. Sahana SMS Android App
      • Embeds GPS coordinates within SMS messages to Sahana
      • Allows users to send and view data on maps
      • Similar apps planned for other phones