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On the recent UN Report on Deaths of Syria

by on Jan 05, 2013

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In support of the United Nations, Benetech has just released a report on the estimated number of deaths in Syria, which has reflected an exhaustive analysis of 7 different sources of casualty ...

In support of the United Nations, Benetech has just released a report on the estimated number of deaths in Syria, which has reflected an exhaustive analysis of 7 different sources of casualty reporting within Syria, including our collaboration partners, Syrian Martyrs. We, at Syria Tracker (a project of Humanitarian Tracker), highly endorse the conclusions of this report, and the UN’s encouragement of such analysis after it was forced to stop collecting its own casualty figures nearly a year ago. This report has provided a very balanced analysis of both the strengths and limitations of crowd reporting data, and provides a blueprint for how such data can be used in the future.

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