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Last chance to sign up to cycle for MapAction in the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 this August!


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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.
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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
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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.

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