Holding governments accountable to strong governance practices, including fair and free elections.
Supporting communities affected by conflict, natural disasters and humanitarian challenges.
Protecting human rights during periods of violence and discrimination.
Including marginalized groups in climate action to build community resilience
A case study of the Tana River Climate Change & Livelihoods Restoration Project (T-CLIRP) by World Vision Kenya that sought to build the resilience of women and youth as the direct beneficiaries to better adapt to climate change in nine villages of Garsen North and Kipini East Wards, Tana River County.
The world produces more than 100 terabytes of earth observation data every day. The volume and variety of datasets as well as the speed and veracity in which data is received will transform the way we analyse information, set policies and make decisions.
The Ushahidi Platform helps communities turn information into action with an intuitive and accessible crowdsourcing and mapping tool. By enabling the rapid collection, management and analysis of crowdsourced information, Ushahidi empowers everyone—individuals, community groups, governments, activists, organizations—to create meaningful change.
Our goal is to raise an additional 20 million voices by 2026. How?
Here’s our three-part hypothesis
We provide technology and expertise to mission-aligned organizations and communities.
Partners use the Ushahidi Platform to collect data to raise citizen voices.
As voices are amplified, organizational effectiveness grows and social impact is strengthened.
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