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Timo Luege 7 Mar 13
Red Cross works on global SMS platform to improve communication w beneficiaries
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Timo Luege May 5
"Native English speakers are the world’s worst communicators"
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Timo Luege 19 Nov 14
Information is a primary need in emergencies.
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Christie Bacal 24 Apr 13
I love my job. For real. :) Communication and information save lives.
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Timo Luege Mar 3
How , Fb Messenger, Telegram etc. can play a role in disaster response:
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Patrick Meier 24 Mar 16
The Facebook Global Policy Team is now fully briefed and up to speed on
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Kirsten Mildren 25 Mar 14
Ideas Box - check it out. The gold standard to what we should all apply to.
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Timo Luege Dec 6
(NEW) "Technologies for Monitoring in Insecure Environment"s
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Social Media 4 Good Apr 8
Do we need to consider when installing wifi in emergencies?
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Colin CHAPERON Sep 27
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Timo Luege Mar 31
(New) When is analysis useful, when merely interesting? Thoughts about a DFID study.
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shefali chaturvedi 2 Nov 15
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HPG 7 Mar 13
Improving communication between aid agencies and crisis-affected people
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Anahi Ayala Iacucci Oct 3
explains why is important & what evidence we have that it is indeed effective
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Patrick Meier 7 Apr 16
Artificial Intelligence helps answer thousands of health queries in Zambia via SMS
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Timo Luege Mar 3
"How to Get Around Broadcast Limits on WhatsApp and Reach More People"
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Carolyn Davis 8 Mar 15
Reading about at the busy La Colombe coffeehouse in Fishtown.
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Humanity Road 10 Dec 14
Read about how used text messages before
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Timo Luege 15 Aug 13
I thought you might find this very interesting:
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Priyanka Dutt 31 Mar 16
. not just prone to risk, woefully under-prepared to tackle disaster. is critical
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