Open Source Disaster Management Software

Making high quality information management systems for emergency preparedness, response, recovery and resilience-building accessible to all.

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Sri Lanka’s Sunday Times Calls Sahana one of the “Solutions under our nose for better crisis co-ordination”

Recent floods in Sri Lanka have local media asking aloud why Sahana software, which was originally created in Sri Lanka ...
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Sahana Resource Management System for Telecom Operators

Nepal Earthquake did not affect their telecommunications relative to the damages and losses in other sectors. Nevertheless, they faced the ...
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Myanmar trained their SAMBRO Users

Myanmar Warning and Situational-Awareness System Users

Myanmar SAMBRO Users pose with their situational-awareness map in the backdrop. After two days of ...

Features

Sahana EDEN information management system has over 20 modules supporting emergency preparedness, response, recovery and resilience building.

Deployments

Sahana systems are deployed in over 60 locations by some of the world's largest governments and NGOs.

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International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent

Resource and humanitarian aid management platform used by 18 national societies for planning and operational purposes.

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Los Angeles County Department of Public Health

Resilience mapping tool managing information about local hazards, risks and assets for eight nonprofit coalitions.

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Timor Leste Disaster Management Directorate

Risk management system allows stakeholders to coordinate efforts in all phases of the disaster cycle.

Get Started

Sahana is open source software that you can deploy yourself or have a professional deploy for you.

About

Our community builds open source tools to help people prepare for and respond to disasters.

The first version of Sahana was created in Sri Lanka to help coordinate the response to the 2004 Tsunami. Since then it has been deployed in over 30 countries by dozens of groups ranging from large international NGOs such as Internal Federation of Red Cross (IFRC) to grassroots networks such as Occupy Sandy.

As a nonprofit, community-driven free/libre/open-source software project, Sahana's success is dependent on a vibrant community of passionate and enthusiastic people. 

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