Much of MapAction’s work relies on teamwork – employers being willing to release their staff to volunteer at short notice, family members who support their loved ones on deployment and our amazing group of supporters without whom our work would not be possible.
If you want to support streamlined use of #data for decision-makers in #humanitarian response, please support our appeal to strengthen our emergency #response capacity. The changing #climate is increasing the number of #disasters. We need to keep up. https://t.co/ua6RVyP4RF pic.twitter.com/IusrStKYRf
— MapAction (@mapaction) July 4, 2023
We receive generous support from a number of individuals and charitable trusts to meet the growing demands for our service, and work hard to build strong partnerships with companies and organisations that give financial support, provide gifts in-kind and release their employees so they can volunteer with us.
Various governments have made a series of substantial funding grants to MapAction which allow us to continue doing the great work that we do. For more details on who funds MapAction, please click here.
We also receive funding from and/or partner with a number of corporates, trusts and foundations and institutions, such as the Insurance Development Forum (see more below).
"Partnerships like this one with the Insurance Development Forum show the role that corporations and Public Private Partnerships can play in contributing to sustainable early warning work." MapAction CEO Colin Rogers. #AnticipatoryAction #DRR #disasterpreparedness https://t.co/5BMTmggfU1
— MapAction (@mapaction) November 2, 2023