Tag: disaster relief

Rob Goodier

Robotics for global development: Five Questions with Raj Madhavan

April 6, 2017

Dr. Raj Madhavan has made a career connecting two concepts that, to most of us, seem to contrast: robotics...

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Rob Goodier

Our Most Popular Webinars of the Year, from Behavior Change to 3D Printing in Disasters

December 19, 2016

In a year that started with a webinar on Food Security and ended with Electronic Medical Records in Low-Resource Settings, we have seen...

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Jackie Halliday

“We can’t buy it, so can we make it?” Revolutionizing humanitarian aid through local making

February 21, 2016

About this webinar: In the wake of a disaster, getting urgent supplies to those that need them is an...

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Rob Goodier

Emergency shelter for the people: Four questions with Tom Newby

November 14, 2015

Tom Newby is a structural engineer who has led CARE International’s Emergency Shelter Team since December 2013. He is...

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Susan Davis

Beyond the Band-Aid: Building Sustainability into Emergency Response Efforts

August 17, 2015

Earthquakes. Hurricanes. Tsunamis. Floods. Landslides. These kinds of disasters hit developing countries hardest and the people affected often lose...

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Rob Goodier

Emergency sanitation solutions for Nepal

May 12, 2015

Above is a panoramic view of the International Organization for Migration’s humanitarian base camp. The IOM set up its operations in Chautara,...

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Jordan Schermerhorn

Here’s a great idea: Interlocking mats turn shipping pallets into floors for refugee tents

March 17, 2015

You wouldn’t know it if you haven’t visited a refugee camp, but most of those white tents don’t have...

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