Eero Sario has been volunteering for Finnish Red Cross since 1998. After having worked first as a software developer he moved to humanitarian field where he had his first mission in […]
My name is Marine, I am French and lucky 26. Fond of travels and keen on having a meaningful carrier, I chose to work in the International solidarity sector. I graduated in 2009 in Political Science with a major in Humanitarian Action, and then got a master degree in International cultural projects management.
With diplomas in my pocket I started working in 2010 for the French NGO Libraries Without Borders in Paris as a Desk officer. Now I’m part of the exciting pilot project EUROSHA (European Open Source Humanitarian Aid) as a European Aid volunteer, deployed in Kenya until April 2013. Until then I will do my best to share with you impressions from the field including how Sahana is promoted and used by the humanitarian community here in Kenya for crisis preparedness!
Since 2010, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) has been working with AidIQ on the development of a pioneering platform called the “Resource Management System” […]
FLOSS, source code, OdBL… when I first heard about the EUROSHA project and Sahana, open source technologies were still a black hole for me. The humanitarian world stopped at the barbed […]