Humanitarian need outstrips resources – we help bridge that gap
2021 annual report
Working with CSOs
MapAction volunteers Yolanda Vazquez and Darren Connaghan have been in Peru for training with UNDAC at UNOCHA. This training is crucial for our humanitarian response work, and helps our volunteers get ready for deployment.
CDEMA recently hosted online training for 22 participants from across 13 CDEMA Participating States, introducing them to the geospatial platform of the Caribbean Risk Information System (CRIS) called the GeoCRIS.
A year in numbers:
➡️26 response & support in 17 countries
➡️30 preparedness/anticipatory action w/ 9 partners
➡️40 automated data collection w/ 40 at risk countries
➡️11 training sessions with 8 partners totalling 93 training days
Some of the @mapaction volunteers at our annual disaster simulation event.
The teams are creating maps and analysing data to make sense of the scenario.
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Excited to be kicking off our annual disaster simulation exercise in Gloucestershire! It's an opportunity for our @mapaction volunteers to get together and brush up on their skills.
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