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Similar projects & best practices ngo in haiti

  1. 1. Similar Projects & Best Practices + NGO in Haitiresearched by Jess, Anisha, Edward, Youjin
  2. 2. Ushahidi_ Similar Project & Best Practicescreated by a team of developers after two days of coding and prototyping dueto needs of mashup for post-election violence in Kenya, 2007
  3. 3. Ushahidi Similar Project & Best PracticesUshahidi _ Servicesthe crowdmapping Providing open source software for information collection, visualization and interactive mapping.collective platform as a Featuresmeans to map crises 1. Easy to use : It allows anybody can report what isfrom text messaging happening around them by text messaging with mobile phone.http://www.ushahidi.com/ 2. More flexible compared with applications : As a platform, it can be used in elsewhere in the world. “If it works in Africa then it will work anywhere” -Erik Hersman, co-founder of Ushahidi 3. Effective tool : it connects all the stakeholders together.
  4. 4. Ushahidi Similar Project & Best PracticesUshahidi in Haiti _ -Ushahidi developed an RSS feed for emergency information that requiredeffectively report and immediate assistance.map issues and needs -volunteer translators and coders made it possible to launch haiti.ushahidi.com,related to survivors of the a web-based platform to geolocate data2010 earthquake. that was then shared with response teams on the ground. When the Ushahidihttp://haiti.ushahidi.com/ (inactive) teams could not find locations from identifying GPS coordinates, Search- and-rescue teams joined. -U.S. Coast Guard and The U.S. Marines also used the Ushahidi platform. Effects The Haiti.ushahidi.com website eventually recorded over 3,500 messages received, with 2,227 received via SMS. Reference http://www.knightfoundation. org/media/uploads/publication_pdfs/KF_Haiti_Report_ English.pdf
  5. 5. Ushahidi Similar Project & Best PracticesRelated Project _mission 4636Haitian initiative whichproviding emergencyresponse system with freenumber 4636http://www.mission4636.org/ -The use of Haitian diaspora to crowdsource translation - volunteers’ application of locally provided data to populate maps created from remote locations. -The combined efforts of the diaspora and technology volunteers for gathering and parsing a large amount of data
  6. 6. ICVA( International Council of Voluntary Agencies)_ Similar Project & Best PracticesParticipated in holding a meeting of NGOs and established an NGO SupportOffice along with InterAct
  7. 7. ICVA Similar Project & Best PracticesICVA_ Target AudienceCreating a network Policy makers, international and national NGOs, academics, researchersbetween international and (NOT including local Haitian population)national NGOs forinformation-sharing and Goalcommunication 1. To create a global network of NGOs where organizations collect and share informationhttp://www.icva.ch to be used in crises. -“no one organization” 2. To provide members with up-to-date information and analyses on policy developments in humanitarian response. 3. To improving the relations between international NGOs, national NGOs, and the UN
  8. 8. Haiti Aid Map_ Best Practices + NGO in Haitideveloped by interAction, in partnership with the U.S. Chamber ofCommerce’s Business Civic Leadership Center and with funding from FedEx
  9. 9. Haiti Aid Map Best Practices + NGO in HaitiHaiti Aid Map_online mapping project GOALto draw a big picture of To facilitate transparency and coordination of foreign aid.who is doing what, 4 PRINCIPLES FOR THIS PROJECTwhere in Haiti. 1. Make it as easy as possible to share data.http://haiti.ngoaidmap.org/ 2. Present the data in a way that makes it simple to understand and use. 3. Make the data open and accessible. 4. Collaborate with like-minded organizations also working to make more information available. Expected Uses 1. Explore and learn about NGO projects 2. Find new NGO partners 3. Download and analyze the data
  10. 10. Current NGO Activities from the Haiti Aid Map http://haiti.ngoaidmap.org/ HEALTH Most projects are focused on EDUCATION Health and Education. ECONOMIC RECOVERY & DEVELOPMENT AGRICULTURE PROTECTION WATER SANITATION AND HYGIENE ENVIRONMENT SHELTER & HOUSING DISASTER MANAGEMENT HUMAN RIGHTS DEMOCRACY AND GOVERNANCE FOOD AID OTHER PEACE AND SECURITY
  11. 11. NGO in HaitiHaiti_ Contact lists of NGO in Haitia.k.a NGO REPUBLIC Agape Flights – (941) 488-0990 AMG International – (423) 894-6060 Bahamas Habitat – (478) 227-3783 Children’s Medical Missions of Haiti – (201) 506-5649 Children’s Nutritional Program of Haiti Christian Reformed World Relief Committee (CRWRC) - (800) 280-5275a gigantic flood of activity in the Christianville Foundation Colorado Haiti Project – (303) 938-0163wake of the earthquake. Community Coalition for Haiti – (703) 880-4160 Compassion Radio, 1-800-868-2478 Crossworld - (816) 479-7300, in Canada call (905) 238-0904 Evangelical Lutheran Church of Haiti – (615) 478-6773 For Haiti with Love Inc. – (727) 938-3245There is a fair amount of skepticism Foundation for Children of Haiti – (011) 509-510-4720 Friends of the Orphans / Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos – (312) 386-7499/ 1-888-201-toward NGO work. 8880 Global Aid Network – (972) 234-0800 Good Shepherd Ministries – (321) 752-0072It is an especially sensitive area and HAFF (Haitian Friendship Foundation) – (239) 565-1196 Haiti Charity Hope Foundation – (401) 723-3404 Haiti Medical Mission – (701) 241-5317best practices are especially critical. Haiti Medical Missions of Memphis – (901) 761-9097 Haiti Medical Teams International – (509) 966-5422 Haiti Outreach Ministries – (800) 231-9462 Haiti Vision & Services – (405) 478-5743For successful NGO works, Haitian Christian Outreach – (217) 778-6023 Haitian Health Foundation – (860) 886-4357 Harvest Foundation - (602) 258-1083 Healing Hands for Haiti – (866) 482-0763 Helping Hands in Motion – (772) 878-70071. Keep a system of aid long term Hospital Albert Schweitzer, Haiti – (412) 361-5200 Hosean International Ministries – (501) 352-7700 and socially agnostic. Love a Child – (813) 621–7263 Mission Discovery – 1-800-767-87202. Keeping a system’s integrity is Medical Teams International, Portland, OR – (503) 624-1000 New Life Advance International – 011/509/246-3009 New Mission Systems International – (239) 337-4336 important as is projecting a good Northwest Haiti Christian Mission – (214) 554-3218 Operation Renewed Hope, (910) 987-5072 and clean image Partners In Development, Inc. – (978) 417-9250 St. Boniface Haiti Foundation – (781) 963-7243 Surgical Implant Generation Network, Richland, WA – (509) 371-1107 United Christians International – (712) 395-0798 Vision of Hope Ministries – (954) 928-3704 World Renewal International – (317) 467-9899
  12. 12. etc_ Best Practices for Specific UsesTHE TALKING BOOK
  13. 13. THE TALKING BOOK Best Practices for Specific Uses OrganizationTHE TALKING BOOK_ Literacy Bridgea “programmable audio Target Audiencecomputer” that allows · Local communities with low to no literacy rates:users to listen, record Behee, Duori Degri, Gozu (funded), Gyangvuuri, Jeffiri (funded), Jonga (almost fully funded), Saabaalong (funded),and share stories · Tugo-Yagra, Wing-Wing (funded), Zendpeni (funded) Students in classrooms.http://www.literacybridge.org/talking-book/ Project GoalsIntroduction video: https://vimeo.com/8003275 1. To share knowledge: “to provide on-demand access to locally relevant knowledge”, such as agricultural information, healthcare knowledge and tips and microfinance information to rural and illiterate communities through the use of a low-cost, low-tech audio recording device. 2. Improve Literacy: Teachers use audio recordings in overcrowded classrooms, record instructional material and create quizzes and games. Length of Project year-round (currently ongoing)

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