Marine Louvigny

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!

A EUROSHA Volunteer Diary

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 […]