Humanitarian Action Summit, HHI
March 27, 2009
mapping
1. Crisis Map Sourcing
2. Mobile Crisis Mapping
3. Sourcing to Crowdfeeding
4. Crisis Mapping Analytics
Crisis Mapping
AAAS: Papun District Village on December 13, 2006
AAAS: Papun District Village on June 24, 2007
1. Crisis Map Sourcing
2. Mobile Crisis Mapping
3. Sourcing to Crowdfeeding
4. Crisis Mapping Analytics
Crisis Mapping
Harvard Humanitarian Initiative Presentation on Crisis Mapping
Harvard Humanitarian Initiative Presentation on Crisis Mapping
Harvard Humanitarian Initiative Presentation on Crisis Mapping
Harvard Humanitarian Initiative Presentation on Crisis Mapping
Harvard Humanitarian Initiative Presentation on Crisis Mapping
Harvard Humanitarian Initiative Presentation on Crisis Mapping
Harvard Humanitarian Initiative Presentation on Crisis Mapping
Harvard Humanitarian Initiative Presentation on Crisis Mapping
Harvard Humanitarian Initiative Presentation on Crisis Mapping
Harvard Humanitarian Initiative Presentation on Crisis Mapping
Harvard Humanitarian Initiative Presentation on Crisis Mapping
Harvard Humanitarian Initiative Presentation on Crisis Mapping
Harvard Humanitarian Initiative Presentation on Crisis Mapping
Harvard Humanitarian Initiative Presentation on Crisis Mapping
Harvard Humanitarian Initiative Presentation on Crisis Mapping
Harvard Humanitarian Initiative Presentation on Crisis Mapping
Harvard Humanitarian Initiative Presentation on Crisis Mapping
Harvard Humanitarian Initiative Presentation on Crisis Mapping
Harvard Humanitarian Initiative Presentation on Crisis Mapping
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  • PATRICK:
    Talk off concept note to HU
    18-month program
    War is a public health problem
    Independent evaluators, incubate novel initiatives, technical consultants with Harvard expertise/credibility, convening power
    Shared Learning Group on Early Warning
    Multidisciplinary approach to identify solutions beyond our own field of interest
    Competitive advantages: Harvard faculty, extensive partnerships with NGOs, research network, multidisciplinary approach
    Goal: establish center of excellence to promote exchange and analysis via dedicated workshops, working papers, symposia, joint projects
    Focus on innovative thinking and technologies to maximize impact of conflict early warning, crisis mapping and humanitarian response
    Use of information and technology to empower at-risk communities to get out of harm’s way
    Take a deliberate cross-disciplinary approach to identify lessons learned and best practices across sectors
    100 consultations with multiple partners in diverse sectors
    Relevant input from Google Predict and Prevent website:
    “This initiative will use information and technology to empower communities to predict and prevent emerging threats before they become local, regional, or global crises.”
    “This initiative supports two inter-related pathways from prediction to prevention. The first is vulnerability mapping and identification of "hot spots." The second, creating systems to better detect threats to provide early warning and enable a rapid response.”
    “Innovative, event-based surveillance at the community level in the developing world”
    “Understanding the complex drivers that lead to emerging threats can help communities anticipate surprises and reduce vulnerability.”
    “Improving data collection, sharing, and analysis for enhanced vulnerability mapping and modeling”
    “Contributing to enhanced resilience of communities to withstand threats and adapt to changes”
    “Timely, accurate, and accessible information can help prevent localized health crises from becoming regional or global threats. Google.org is focusing on: (1) Using innovative methods to quickly find threats wherever they occur; (2) Confirming outbreaks and identifying their cause; (3) Alerting key stakeholders, from villagers to global health authorities.”
  • PATRICK:
    Talk off concept note to HU
    18-month program
    War is a public health problem
    Independent evaluators, incubate novel initiatives, technical consultants with Harvard expertise/credibility, convening power
    Shared Learning Group on Early Warning
    Multidisciplinary approach to identify solutions beyond our own field of interest
    Competitive advantages: Harvard faculty, extensive partnerships with NGOs, research network, multidisciplinary approach
    Goal: establish center of excellence to promote exchange and analysis via dedicated workshops, working papers, symposia, joint projects
    Focus on innovative thinking and technologies to maximize impact of conflict early warning, crisis mapping and humanitarian response
    Use of information and technology to empower at-risk communities to get out of harm’s way
    Take a deliberate cross-disciplinary approach to identify lessons learned and best practices across sectors
    100 consultations with multiple partners in diverse sectors
    Relevant input from Google Predict and Prevent website:
    “This initiative will use information and technology to empower communities to predict and prevent emerging threats before they become local, regional, or global crises.”
    “This initiative supports two inter-related pathways from prediction to prevention. The first is vulnerability mapping and identification of "hot spots." The second, creating systems to better detect threats to provide early warning and enable a rapid response.”
    “Innovative, event-based surveillance at the community level in the developing world”
    “Understanding the complex drivers that lead to emerging threats can help communities anticipate surprises and reduce vulnerability.”
    “Improving data collection, sharing, and analysis for enhanced vulnerability mapping and modeling”
    “Contributing to enhanced resilience of communities to withstand threats and adapt to changes”
    “Timely, accurate, and accessible information can help prevent localized health crises from becoming regional or global threats. Google.org is focusing on: (1) Using innovative methods to quickly find threats wherever they occur; (2) Confirming outbreaks and identifying their cause; (3) Alerting key stakeholders, from villagers to global health authorities.”
  • JENNIFER/GREGG: [to provide introduction to HHI and presentation]
    **Vulnerability + Tactics = patterns
    **Populations
    **Larry Brilliant TED, early detection, early response, cf patterns
    Relevant pointers from Google Predict and Prevent website:
    “This initiative will use information and technology to empower communities to predict and prevent emerging threats before they become local, regional, or global crises.”
    “This initiative supports two inter-related pathways from prediction to prevention. The first is vulnerability mapping and identification of "hot spots." The second, creating systems to better detect threats to provide early warning and enable a rapid response.”
    “Understanding the complex drivers that lead to emerging threats can help communities anticipate surprises and reduce vulnerability.”
    “Improving data collection, sharing, and analysis for enhanced vulnerability mapping and modeling”
    “Contributing to enhanced resilience of communities to withstand threats and adapt to changes”
    “Timely, accurate, and accessible information can help prevent localized health crises from becoming regional or global threats. Google.org is focusing on: (1) Using innovative methods to quickly find threats wherever they occur; (2) Confirming outbreaks and identifying their cause; (3) Alerting key stakeholders, from villagers to global health authorities.”
    “Innovative, event-based surveillance at the community level in the developing world”
    “Integrated vulnerability mapping to the drivers of emerging infectious diseases”
    Mobile phone, information sharing; access to information, build knowledge, improve capacity to predict/prevent emerging threats
  • PATRICK:
    Talk off concept note to HU
    18-month program
    War is a public health problem
    Independent evaluators, incubate novel initiatives, technical consultants with Harvard expertise/credibility, convening power
    Shared Learning Group on Early Warning
    Multidisciplinary approach to identify solutions beyond our own field of interest
    Competitive advantages: Harvard faculty, extensive partnerships with NGOs, research network, multidisciplinary approach
    Goal: establish center of excellence to promote exchange and analysis via dedicated workshops, working papers, symposia, joint projects
    Focus on innovative thinking and technologies to maximize impact of conflict early warning, crisis mapping and humanitarian response
    Use of information and technology to empower at-risk communities to get out of harm’s way
    Take a deliberate cross-disciplinary approach to identify lessons learned and best practices across sectors
    100 consultations with multiple partners in diverse sectors
    Relevant input from Google Predict and Prevent website:
    “This initiative will use information and technology to empower communities to predict and prevent emerging threats before they become local, regional, or global crises.”
    “This initiative supports two inter-related pathways from prediction to prevention. The first is vulnerability mapping and identification of "hot spots." The second, creating systems to better detect threats to provide early warning and enable a rapid response.”
    “Innovative, event-based surveillance at the community level in the developing world”
    “Understanding the complex drivers that lead to emerging threats can help communities anticipate surprises and reduce vulnerability.”
    “Improving data collection, sharing, and analysis for enhanced vulnerability mapping and modeling”
    “Contributing to enhanced resilience of communities to withstand threats and adapt to changes”
    “Timely, accurate, and accessible information can help prevent localized health crises from becoming regional or global threats. Google.org is focusing on: (1) Using innovative methods to quickly find threats wherever they occur; (2) Confirming outbreaks and identifying their cause; (3) Alerting key stakeholders, from villagers to global health authorities.”
  • PATRICK:
    Talk off concept note to HU
    18-month program
    War is a public health problem
    Independent evaluators, incubate novel initiatives, technical consultants with Harvard expertise/credibility, convening power
    Shared Learning Group on Early Warning
    Multidisciplinary approach to identify solutions beyond our own field of interest
    Competitive advantages: Harvard faculty, extensive partnerships with NGOs, research network, multidisciplinary approach
    Goal: establish center of excellence to promote exchange and analysis via dedicated workshops, working papers, symposia, joint projects
    Focus on innovative thinking and technologies to maximize impact of conflict early warning, crisis mapping and humanitarian response
    Use of information and technology to empower at-risk communities to get out of harm’s way
    Take a deliberate cross-disciplinary approach to identify lessons learned and best practices across sectors
    100 consultations with multiple partners in diverse sectors
    Relevant input from Google Predict and Prevent website:
    “This initiative will use information and technology to empower communities to predict and prevent emerging threats before they become local, regional, or global crises.”
    “This initiative supports two inter-related pathways from prediction to prevention. The first is vulnerability mapping and identification of "hot spots." The second, creating systems to better detect threats to provide early warning and enable a rapid response.”
    “Innovative, event-based surveillance at the community level in the developing world”
    “Understanding the complex drivers that lead to emerging threats can help communities anticipate surprises and reduce vulnerability.”
    “Improving data collection, sharing, and analysis for enhanced vulnerability mapping and modeling”
    “Contributing to enhanced resilience of communities to withstand threats and adapt to changes”
    “Timely, accurate, and accessible information can help prevent localized health crises from becoming regional or global threats. Google.org is focusing on: (1) Using innovative methods to quickly find threats wherever they occur; (2) Confirming outbreaks and identifying their cause; (3) Alerting key stakeholders, from villagers to global health authorities.”
  • PATRICK:
    Talk off concept note to HU
    18-month program
    War is a public health problem
    Independent evaluators, incubate novel initiatives, technical consultants with Harvard expertise/credibility, convening power
    Shared Learning Group on Early Warning
    Multidisciplinary approach to identify solutions beyond our own field of interest
    Competitive advantages: Harvard faculty, extensive partnerships with NGOs, research network, multidisciplinary approach
    Goal: establish center of excellence to promote exchange and analysis via dedicated workshops, working papers, symposia, joint projects
    Focus on innovative thinking and technologies to maximize impact of conflict early warning, crisis mapping and humanitarian response
    Use of information and technology to empower at-risk communities to get out of harm’s way
    Take a deliberate cross-disciplinary approach to identify lessons learned and best practices across sectors
    100 consultations with multiple partners in diverse sectors
    Relevant input from Google Predict and Prevent website:
    “This initiative will use information and technology to empower communities to predict and prevent emerging threats before they become local, regional, or global crises.”
    “This initiative supports two inter-related pathways from prediction to prevention. The first is vulnerability mapping and identification of "hot spots." The second, creating systems to better detect threats to provide early warning and enable a rapid response.”
    “Innovative, event-based surveillance at the community level in the developing world”
    “Understanding the complex drivers that lead to emerging threats can help communities anticipate surprises and reduce vulnerability.”
    “Improving data collection, sharing, and analysis for enhanced vulnerability mapping and modeling”
    “Contributing to enhanced resilience of communities to withstand threats and adapt to changes”
    “Timely, accurate, and accessible information can help prevent localized health crises from becoming regional or global threats. Google.org is focusing on: (1) Using innovative methods to quickly find threats wherever they occur; (2) Confirming outbreaks and identifying their cause; (3) Alerting key stakeholders, from villagers to global health authorities.”
  • PATRICK:
    Talk off concept note to HU
    18-month program
    War is a public health problem
    Independent evaluators, incubate novel initiatives, technical consultants with Harvard expertise/credibility, convening power
    Shared Learning Group on Early Warning
    Multidisciplinary approach to identify solutions beyond our own field of interest
    Competitive advantages: Harvard faculty, extensive partnerships with NGOs, research network, multidisciplinary approach
    Goal: establish center of excellence to promote exchange and analysis via dedicated workshops, working papers, symposia, joint projects
    Focus on innovative thinking and technologies to maximize impact of conflict early warning, crisis mapping and humanitarian response
    Use of information and technology to empower at-risk communities to get out of harm’s way
    Take a deliberate cross-disciplinary approach to identify lessons learned and best practices across sectors
    100 consultations with multiple partners in diverse sectors
    Relevant input from Google Predict and Prevent website:
    “This initiative will use information and technology to empower communities to predict and prevent emerging threats before they become local, regional, or global crises.”
    “This initiative supports two inter-related pathways from prediction to prevention. The first is vulnerability mapping and identification of "hot spots." The second, creating systems to better detect threats to provide early warning and enable a rapid response.”
    “Innovative, event-based surveillance at the community level in the developing world”
    “Understanding the complex drivers that lead to emerging threats can help communities anticipate surprises and reduce vulnerability.”
    “Improving data collection, sharing, and analysis for enhanced vulnerability mapping and modeling”
    “Contributing to enhanced resilience of communities to withstand threats and adapt to changes”
    “Timely, accurate, and accessible information can help prevent localized health crises from becoming regional or global threats. Google.org is focusing on: (1) Using innovative methods to quickly find threats wherever they occur; (2) Confirming outbreaks and identifying their cause; (3) Alerting key stakeholders, from villagers to global health authorities.”
  • JENNIFER/GREGG: [to provide introduction to HHI and presentation]
    **Vulnerability + Tactics = patterns
    **Populations
    **Larry Brilliant TED, early detection, early response, cf patterns
    Relevant pointers from Google Predict and Prevent website:
    “This initiative will use information and technology to empower communities to predict and prevent emerging threats before they become local, regional, or global crises.”
    “This initiative supports two inter-related pathways from prediction to prevention. The first is vulnerability mapping and identification of "hot spots." The second, creating systems to better detect threats to provide early warning and enable a rapid response.”
    “Understanding the complex drivers that lead to emerging threats can help communities anticipate surprises and reduce vulnerability.”
    “Improving data collection, sharing, and analysis for enhanced vulnerability mapping and modeling”
    “Contributing to enhanced resilience of communities to withstand threats and adapt to changes”
    “Timely, accurate, and accessible information can help prevent localized health crises from becoming regional or global threats. Google.org is focusing on: (1) Using innovative methods to quickly find threats wherever they occur; (2) Confirming outbreaks and identifying their cause; (3) Alerting key stakeholders, from villagers to global health authorities.”
    “Innovative, event-based surveillance at the community level in the developing world”
    “Integrated vulnerability mapping to the drivers of emerging infectious diseases”
    Mobile phone, information sharing; access to information, build knowledge, improve capacity to predict/prevent emerging threats
  • JENNIFER/GREGG: [to provide introduction to HHI and presentation]
    **Vulnerability + Tactics = patterns
    **Populations
    **Larry Brilliant TED, early detection, early response, cf patterns
    Relevant pointers from Google Predict and Prevent website:
    “This initiative will use information and technology to empower communities to predict and prevent emerging threats before they become local, regional, or global crises.”
    “This initiative supports two inter-related pathways from prediction to prevention. The first is vulnerability mapping and identification of "hot spots." The second, creating systems to better detect threats to provide early warning and enable a rapid response.”
    “Understanding the complex drivers that lead to emerging threats can help communities anticipate surprises and reduce vulnerability.”
    “Improving data collection, sharing, and analysis for enhanced vulnerability mapping and modeling”
    “Contributing to enhanced resilience of communities to withstand threats and adapt to changes”
    “Timely, accurate, and accessible information can help prevent localized health crises from becoming regional or global threats. Google.org is focusing on: (1) Using innovative methods to quickly find threats wherever they occur; (2) Confirming outbreaks and identifying their cause; (3) Alerting key stakeholders, from villagers to global health authorities.”
    “Innovative, event-based surveillance at the community level in the developing world”
    “Integrated vulnerability mapping to the drivers of emerging infectious diseases”
    Mobile phone, information sharing; access to information, build knowledge, improve capacity to predict/prevent emerging threats
  • PATRICK:
    Talk off concept note to HU
    18-month program
    War is a public health problem
    Independent evaluators, incubate novel initiatives, technical consultants with Harvard expertise/credibility, convening power
    Shared Learning Group on Early Warning
    Multidisciplinary approach to identify solutions beyond our own field of interest
    Competitive advantages: Harvard faculty, extensive partnerships with NGOs, research network, multidisciplinary approach
    Goal: establish center of excellence to promote exchange and analysis via dedicated workshops, working papers, symposia, joint projects
    Focus on innovative thinking and technologies to maximize impact of conflict early warning, crisis mapping and humanitarian response
    Use of information and technology to empower at-risk communities to get out of harm’s way
    Take a deliberate cross-disciplinary approach to identify lessons learned and best practices across sectors
    100 consultations with multiple partners in diverse sectors
    Relevant input from Google Predict and Prevent website:
    “This initiative will use information and technology to empower communities to predict and prevent emerging threats before they become local, regional, or global crises.”
    “This initiative supports two inter-related pathways from prediction to prevention. The first is vulnerability mapping and identification of "hot spots." The second, creating systems to better detect threats to provide early warning and enable a rapid response.”
    “Innovative, event-based surveillance at the community level in the developing world”
    “Understanding the complex drivers that lead to emerging threats can help communities anticipate surprises and reduce vulnerability.”
    “Improving data collection, sharing, and analysis for enhanced vulnerability mapping and modeling”
    “Contributing to enhanced resilience of communities to withstand threats and adapt to changes”
    “Timely, accurate, and accessible information can help prevent localized health crises from becoming regional or global threats. Google.org is focusing on: (1) Using innovative methods to quickly find threats wherever they occur; (2) Confirming outbreaks and identifying their cause; (3) Alerting key stakeholders, from villagers to global health authorities.”
  • PATRICK:
    Talk off concept note to HU
    18-month program
    War is a public health problem
    Independent evaluators, incubate novel initiatives, technical consultants with Harvard expertise/credibility, convening power
    Shared Learning Group on Early Warning
    Multidisciplinary approach to identify solutions beyond our own field of interest
    Competitive advantages: Harvard faculty, extensive partnerships with NGOs, research network, multidisciplinary approach
    Goal: establish center of excellence to promote exchange and analysis via dedicated workshops, working papers, symposia, joint projects
    Focus on innovative thinking and technologies to maximize impact of conflict early warning, crisis mapping and humanitarian response
    Use of information and technology to empower at-risk communities to get out of harm’s way
    Take a deliberate cross-disciplinary approach to identify lessons learned and best practices across sectors
    100 consultations with multiple partners in diverse sectors
    Relevant input from Google Predict and Prevent website:
    “This initiative will use information and technology to empower communities to predict and prevent emerging threats before they become local, regional, or global crises.”
    “This initiative supports two inter-related pathways from prediction to prevention. The first is vulnerability mapping and identification of "hot spots." The second, creating systems to better detect threats to provide early warning and enable a rapid response.”
    “Innovative, event-based surveillance at the community level in the developing world”
    “Understanding the complex drivers that lead to emerging threats can help communities anticipate surprises and reduce vulnerability.”
    “Improving data collection, sharing, and analysis for enhanced vulnerability mapping and modeling”
    “Contributing to enhanced resilience of communities to withstand threats and adapt to changes”
    “Timely, accurate, and accessible information can help prevent localized health crises from becoming regional or global threats. Google.org is focusing on: (1) Using innovative methods to quickly find threats wherever they occur; (2) Confirming outbreaks and identifying their cause; (3) Alerting key stakeholders, from villagers to global health authorities.”
  • PATRICK:
    Talk off concept note to HU
    18-month program
    War is a public health problem
    Independent evaluators, incubate novel initiatives, technical consultants with Harvard expertise/credibility, convening power
    Shared Learning Group on Early Warning
    Multidisciplinary approach to identify solutions beyond our own field of interest
    Competitive advantages: Harvard faculty, extensive partnerships with NGOs, research network, multidisciplinary approach
    Goal: establish center of excellence to promote exchange and analysis via dedicated workshops, working papers, symposia, joint projects
    Focus on innovative thinking and technologies to maximize impact of conflict early warning, crisis mapping and humanitarian response
    Use of information and technology to empower at-risk communities to get out of harm’s way
    Take a deliberate cross-disciplinary approach to identify lessons learned and best practices across sectors
    100 consultations with multiple partners in diverse sectors
    Relevant input from Google Predict and Prevent website:
    “This initiative will use information and technology to empower communities to predict and prevent emerging threats before they become local, regional, or global crises.”
    “This initiative supports two inter-related pathways from prediction to prevention. The first is vulnerability mapping and identification of "hot spots." The second, creating systems to better detect threats to provide early warning and enable a rapid response.”
    “Innovative, event-based surveillance at the community level in the developing world”
    “Understanding the complex drivers that lead to emerging threats can help communities anticipate surprises and reduce vulnerability.”
    “Improving data collection, sharing, and analysis for enhanced vulnerability mapping and modeling”
    “Contributing to enhanced resilience of communities to withstand threats and adapt to changes”
    “Timely, accurate, and accessible information can help prevent localized health crises from becoming regional or global threats. Google.org is focusing on: (1) Using innovative methods to quickly find threats wherever they occur; (2) Confirming outbreaks and identifying their cause; (3) Alerting key stakeholders, from villagers to global health authorities.”
  • PATRICK:
    Talk off concept note to HU
    18-month program
    War is a public health problem
    Independent evaluators, incubate novel initiatives, technical consultants with Harvard expertise/credibility, convening power
    Shared Learning Group on Early Warning
    Multidisciplinary approach to identify solutions beyond our own field of interest
    Competitive advantages: Harvard faculty, extensive partnerships with NGOs, research network, multidisciplinary approach
    Goal: establish center of excellence to promote exchange and analysis via dedicated workshops, working papers, symposia, joint projects
    Focus on innovative thinking and technologies to maximize impact of conflict early warning, crisis mapping and humanitarian response
    Use of information and technology to empower at-risk communities to get out of harm’s way
    Take a deliberate cross-disciplinary approach to identify lessons learned and best practices across sectors
    100 consultations with multiple partners in diverse sectors
    Relevant input from Google Predict and Prevent website:
    “This initiative will use information and technology to empower communities to predict and prevent emerging threats before they become local, regional, or global crises.”
    “This initiative supports two inter-related pathways from prediction to prevention. The first is vulnerability mapping and identification of "hot spots." The second, creating systems to better detect threats to provide early warning and enable a rapid response.”
    “Innovative, event-based surveillance at the community level in the developing world”
    “Understanding the complex drivers that lead to emerging threats can help communities anticipate surprises and reduce vulnerability.”
    “Improving data collection, sharing, and analysis for enhanced vulnerability mapping and modeling”
    “Contributing to enhanced resilience of communities to withstand threats and adapt to changes”
    “Timely, accurate, and accessible information can help prevent localized health crises from becoming regional or global threats. Google.org is focusing on: (1) Using innovative methods to quickly find threats wherever they occur; (2) Confirming outbreaks and identifying their cause; (3) Alerting key stakeholders, from villagers to global health authorities.”
  • PATRICK:
    Talk off concept note to HU
    18-month program
    War is a public health problem
    Independent evaluators, incubate novel initiatives, technical consultants with Harvard expertise/credibility, convening power
    Shared Learning Group on Early Warning
    Multidisciplinary approach to identify solutions beyond our own field of interest
    Competitive advantages: Harvard faculty, extensive partnerships with NGOs, research network, multidisciplinary approach
    Goal: establish center of excellence to promote exchange and analysis via dedicated workshops, working papers, symposia, joint projects
    Focus on innovative thinking and technologies to maximize impact of conflict early warning, crisis mapping and humanitarian response
    Use of information and technology to empower at-risk communities to get out of harm’s way
    Take a deliberate cross-disciplinary approach to identify lessons learned and best practices across sectors
    100 consultations with multiple partners in diverse sectors
    Relevant input from Google Predict and Prevent website:
    “This initiative will use information and technology to empower communities to predict and prevent emerging threats before they become local, regional, or global crises.”
    “This initiative supports two inter-related pathways from prediction to prevention. The first is vulnerability mapping and identification of "hot spots." The second, creating systems to better detect threats to provide early warning and enable a rapid response.”
    “Innovative, event-based surveillance at the community level in the developing world”
    “Understanding the complex drivers that lead to emerging threats can help communities anticipate surprises and reduce vulnerability.”
    “Improving data collection, sharing, and analysis for enhanced vulnerability mapping and modeling”
    “Contributing to enhanced resilience of communities to withstand threats and adapt to changes”
    “Timely, accurate, and accessible information can help prevent localized health crises from becoming regional or global threats. Google.org is focusing on: (1) Using innovative methods to quickly find threats wherever they occur; (2) Confirming outbreaks and identifying their cause; (3) Alerting key stakeholders, from villagers to global health authorities.”
  • PATRICK:
    Talk off concept note to HU
    18-month program
    War is a public health problem
    Independent evaluators, incubate novel initiatives, technical consultants with Harvard expertise/credibility, convening power
    Shared Learning Group on Early Warning
    Multidisciplinary approach to identify solutions beyond our own field of interest
    Competitive advantages: Harvard faculty, extensive partnerships with NGOs, research network, multidisciplinary approach
    Goal: establish center of excellence to promote exchange and analysis via dedicated workshops, working papers, symposia, joint projects
    Focus on innovative thinking and technologies to maximize impact of conflict early warning, crisis mapping and humanitarian response
    Use of information and technology to empower at-risk communities to get out of harm’s way
    Take a deliberate cross-disciplinary approach to identify lessons learned and best practices across sectors
    100 consultations with multiple partners in diverse sectors
    Relevant input from Google Predict and Prevent website:
    “This initiative will use information and technology to empower communities to predict and prevent emerging threats before they become local, regional, or global crises.”
    “This initiative supports two inter-related pathways from prediction to prevention. The first is vulnerability mapping and identification of "hot spots." The second, creating systems to better detect threats to provide early warning and enable a rapid response.”
    “Innovative, event-based surveillance at the community level in the developing world”
    “Understanding the complex drivers that lead to emerging threats can help communities anticipate surprises and reduce vulnerability.”
    “Improving data collection, sharing, and analysis for enhanced vulnerability mapping and modeling”
    “Contributing to enhanced resilience of communities to withstand threats and adapt to changes”
    “Timely, accurate, and accessible information can help prevent localized health crises from becoming regional or global threats. Google.org is focusing on: (1) Using innovative methods to quickly find threats wherever they occur; (2) Confirming outbreaks and identifying their cause; (3) Alerting key stakeholders, from villagers to global health authorities.”
  • JENNIFER/GREGG: [to provide introduction to HHI and presentation]
    **Vulnerability + Tactics = patterns
    **Populations
    **Larry Brilliant TED, early detection, early response, cf patterns
    Relevant pointers from Google Predict and Prevent website:
    “This initiative will use information and technology to empower communities to predict and prevent emerging threats before they become local, regional, or global crises.”
    “This initiative supports two inter-related pathways from prediction to prevention. The first is vulnerability mapping and identification of "hot spots." The second, creating systems to better detect threats to provide early warning and enable a rapid response.”
    “Understanding the complex drivers that lead to emerging threats can help communities anticipate surprises and reduce vulnerability.”
    “Improving data collection, sharing, and analysis for enhanced vulnerability mapping and modeling”
    “Contributing to enhanced resilience of communities to withstand threats and adapt to changes”
    “Timely, accurate, and accessible information can help prevent localized health crises from becoming regional or global threats. Google.org is focusing on: (1) Using innovative methods to quickly find threats wherever they occur; (2) Confirming outbreaks and identifying their cause; (3) Alerting key stakeholders, from villagers to global health authorities.”
    “Innovative, event-based surveillance at the community level in the developing world”
    “Integrated vulnerability mapping to the drivers of emerging infectious diseases”
    Mobile phone, information sharing; access to information, build knowledge, improve capacity to predict/prevent emerging threats
  • PATRICK:
    Talk off concept note to HU
    18-month program
    War is a public health problem
    Independent evaluators, incubate novel initiatives, technical consultants with Harvard expertise/credibility, convening power
    Shared Learning Group on Early Warning
    Multidisciplinary approach to identify solutions beyond our own field of interest
    Competitive advantages: Harvard faculty, extensive partnerships with NGOs, research network, multidisciplinary approach
    Goal: establish center of excellence to promote exchange and analysis via dedicated workshops, working papers, symposia, joint projects
    Focus on innovative thinking and technologies to maximize impact of conflict early warning, crisis mapping and humanitarian response
    Use of information and technology to empower at-risk communities to get out of harm’s way
    Take a deliberate cross-disciplinary approach to identify lessons learned and best practices across sectors
    100 consultations with multiple partners in diverse sectors
    Relevant input from Google Predict and Prevent website:
    “This initiative will use information and technology to empower communities to predict and prevent emerging threats before they become local, regional, or global crises.”
    “This initiative supports two inter-related pathways from prediction to prevention. The first is vulnerability mapping and identification of "hot spots." The second, creating systems to better detect threats to provide early warning and enable a rapid response.”
    “Innovative, event-based surveillance at the community level in the developing world”
    “Understanding the complex drivers that lead to emerging threats can help communities anticipate surprises and reduce vulnerability.”
    “Improving data collection, sharing, and analysis for enhanced vulnerability mapping and modeling”
    “Contributing to enhanced resilience of communities to withstand threats and adapt to changes”
    “Timely, accurate, and accessible information can help prevent localized health crises from becoming regional or global threats. Google.org is focusing on: (1) Using innovative methods to quickly find threats wherever they occur; (2) Confirming outbreaks and identifying their cause; (3) Alerting key stakeholders, from villagers to global health authorities.”
  • JENNIFER/GREGG: [to provide introduction to HHI and presentation]
    **Vulnerability + Tactics = patterns
    **Populations
    **Larry Brilliant TED, early detection, early response, cf patterns
    Relevant pointers from Google Predict and Prevent website:
    “This initiative will use information and technology to empower communities to predict and prevent emerging threats before they become local, regional, or global crises.”
    “This initiative supports two inter-related pathways from prediction to prevention. The first is vulnerability mapping and identification of "hot spots." The second, creating systems to better detect threats to provide early warning and enable a rapid response.”
    “Understanding the complex drivers that lead to emerging threats can help communities anticipate surprises and reduce vulnerability.”
    “Improving data collection, sharing, and analysis for enhanced vulnerability mapping and modeling”
    “Contributing to enhanced resilience of communities to withstand threats and adapt to changes”
    “Timely, accurate, and accessible information can help prevent localized health crises from becoming regional or global threats. Google.org is focusing on: (1) Using innovative methods to quickly find threats wherever they occur; (2) Confirming outbreaks and identifying their cause; (3) Alerting key stakeholders, from villagers to global health authorities.”
    “Innovative, event-based surveillance at the community level in the developing world”
    “Integrated vulnerability mapping to the drivers of emerging infectious diseases”
    Mobile phone, information sharing; access to information, build knowledge, improve capacity to predict/prevent emerging threats
  • JENNIFER/GREGG: [to provide introduction to HHI and presentation]
    **Vulnerability + Tactics = patterns
    **Populations
    **Larry Brilliant TED, early detection, early response, cf patterns
    Relevant pointers from Google Predict and Prevent website:
    “This initiative will use information and technology to empower communities to predict and prevent emerging threats before they become local, regional, or global crises.”
    “This initiative supports two inter-related pathways from prediction to prevention. The first is vulnerability mapping and identification of "hot spots." The second, creating systems to better detect threats to provide early warning and enable a rapid response.”
    “Understanding the complex drivers that lead to emerging threats can help communities anticipate surprises and reduce vulnerability.”
    “Improving data collection, sharing, and analysis for enhanced vulnerability mapping and modeling”
    “Contributing to enhanced resilience of communities to withstand threats and adapt to changes”
    “Timely, accurate, and accessible information can help prevent localized health crises from becoming regional or global threats. Google.org is focusing on: (1) Using innovative methods to quickly find threats wherever they occur; (2) Confirming outbreaks and identifying their cause; (3) Alerting key stakeholders, from villagers to global health authorities.”
    “Innovative, event-based surveillance at the community level in the developing world”
    “Integrated vulnerability mapping to the drivers of emerging infectious diseases”
    Mobile phone, information sharing; access to information, build knowledge, improve capacity to predict/prevent emerging threats
  • JENNIFER/GREGG: [to provide introduction to HHI and presentation]
    **Vulnerability + Tactics = patterns
    **Populations
    **Larry Brilliant TED, early detection, early response, cf patterns
    Relevant pointers from Google Predict and Prevent website:
    “This initiative will use information and technology to empower communities to predict and prevent emerging threats before they become local, regional, or global crises.”
    “This initiative supports two inter-related pathways from prediction to prevention. The first is vulnerability mapping and identification of "hot spots." The second, creating systems to better detect threats to provide early warning and enable a rapid response.”
    “Understanding the complex drivers that lead to emerging threats can help communities anticipate surprises and reduce vulnerability.”
    “Improving data collection, sharing, and analysis for enhanced vulnerability mapping and modeling”
    “Contributing to enhanced resilience of communities to withstand threats and adapt to changes”
    “Timely, accurate, and accessible information can help prevent localized health crises from becoming regional or global threats. Google.org is focusing on: (1) Using innovative methods to quickly find threats wherever they occur; (2) Confirming outbreaks and identifying their cause; (3) Alerting key stakeholders, from villagers to global health authorities.”
    “Innovative, event-based surveillance at the community level in the developing world”
    “Integrated vulnerability mapping to the drivers of emerging infectious diseases”
    Mobile phone, information sharing; access to information, build knowledge, improve capacity to predict/prevent emerging threats
  • PATRICK:
    Talk off concept note to HU
    18-month program
    War is a public health problem
    Independent evaluators, incubate novel initiatives, technical consultants with Harvard expertise/credibility, convening power
    Shared Learning Group on Early Warning
    Multidisciplinary approach to identify solutions beyond our own field of interest
    Competitive advantages: Harvard faculty, extensive partnerships with NGOs, research network, multidisciplinary approach
    Goal: establish center of excellence to promote exchange and analysis via dedicated workshops, working papers, symposia, joint projects
    Focus on innovative thinking and technologies to maximize impact of conflict early warning, crisis mapping and humanitarian response
    Use of information and technology to empower at-risk communities to get out of harm’s way
    Take a deliberate cross-disciplinary approach to identify lessons learned and best practices across sectors
    100 consultations with multiple partners in diverse sectors
    Relevant input from Google Predict and Prevent website:
    “This initiative will use information and technology to empower communities to predict and prevent emerging threats before they become local, regional, or global crises.”
    “This initiative supports two inter-related pathways from prediction to prevention. The first is vulnerability mapping and identification of "hot spots." The second, creating systems to better detect threats to provide early warning and enable a rapid response.”
    “Innovative, event-based surveillance at the community level in the developing world”
    “Understanding the complex drivers that lead to emerging threats can help communities anticipate surprises and reduce vulnerability.”
    “Improving data collection, sharing, and analysis for enhanced vulnerability mapping and modeling”
    “Contributing to enhanced resilience of communities to withstand threats and adapt to changes”
    “Timely, accurate, and accessible information can help prevent localized health crises from becoming regional or global threats. Google.org is focusing on: (1) Using innovative methods to quickly find threats wherever they occur; (2) Confirming outbreaks and identifying their cause; (3) Alerting key stakeholders, from villagers to global health authorities.”
  • PATRICK: [to provide overview of crisis mapping project]
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    From Google Predict and Prevent website:
    Integrated vulnerability mapping and identification of hot spots.
    Creating systems to better detect threats to provide early warning and enable a rapid response.
    Understanding the complex drivers that lead to emerging threats can help communities anticipate surprises and reduce vulnerability.
  • Harvard Humanitarian Initiative Presentation on Crisis Mapping

    1. 1. Humanitarian Action Summit, HHI March 27, 2009 mapping
    2. 2. 1. Crisis Map Sourcing 2. Mobile Crisis Mapping 3. Sourcing to Crowdfeeding 4. Crisis Mapping Analytics Crisis Mapping
    3. 3. AAAS: Papun District Village on December 13, 2006
    4. 4. AAAS: Papun District Village on June 24, 2007
    5. 5. 1. Crisis Map Sourcing 2. Mobile Crisis Mapping 3. Sourcing to Crowdfeeding 4. Crisis Mapping Analytics Crisis Mapping

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