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Humanitarian map guides
Last chance to sign up to cycle for MapAction in the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 this August!
#ridelondon #GIS #cycling
This is great - thanks so much to all who donated! It will help us to ensure humanitarians globally have access to the maps and data they need to save lives and reduce suffering.
Lovely to have a visit from our long-standing Caribbean team members Desmond Dougall & Sudesh Botha of https://t.co/C3zXScHPKz today, in town for @GEOBusinessShow
Dotty was also pleased to see them! 2
Decision-makers, information management & other experts all play an important role in evidence-based #HumanitarianResponse. Tools developed for Ensuring Data and Analysis is Useful and Usable for Response (EDAUUR) explains the roles in pocket guide format https://t.co/9CfAUvVYMY
Interesting discussion on the challenges and opportunities for humanitarians in using data effectively and managing the associated risks. Informed leadership and the right technical support are key.