In addition to our flagship Platform, Ushahidi plays a pivotal role in advancing technology tools and access in East Africa and beyond. We have built other technology products, collaborated with organizations and foundations on innovation programs and played an active role in championing inclusivity and social justice initiatives.
Crowdmap, was launched in 2010 as the only map-making tool that enabled simply and collaboratively tracking of any event on a map using social media, SMS, email, or the web.
Built in 2009, this platform was an open source toolkit of semantic processing technologies to help manage large streams of real-time content crucial for many emergency response activities.
Launched in 2010, this is a free and open source SMS gateway for Android - a simple, yet powerful SMS to HTTP sync utility that turns any Android phone into a local SMS gateway by sending incoming messages (SMS) to a configured URL (web service).
Built in 2018, it was a team check-in app that helps reach your people on any device, confirm they are OK, and get in touch. This tool was built so teams could be prepared and reach each other everyday and in a crisis.
Launched in 2014, it was a platform that found, formatted and exposed crisis data in a simple, intuitive structure that was accessible anywhere. Developers, journalists, analysts and other makers had fast, easy access to critical government, business, humanitarian, and crowdsourced information, skipping days of tedious data processing with only a few lines of code.
The Resilience Network Initiative (RNI) launched in 2014, connects city governments and citizens by providing technology that lower barriers to exchanging information between individuals, community based organizations, and government about what is happening where.
Launched in 2016, the DREAMS Innovation Challenge was a programme where innovative solutions were implemented in 10 Sub-Saharan countries over two years to empower adolescent girls and young women to live HIV-free.
Launched in 2013 and running till 2017, MAVC was a programme that supported the development and spread of innovative approaches to fostering accountable, responsive governance – many of them using tools and platforms based on mobile phone and digital technologies.
Launched at the crisis Mappers Conference in 2010 as an online community for live crisis mapping.
BRCK makes accessing the internet simple and reliable wherever you are. It’s a rugged, cloud managed, full-featured modem/router with built-in fail-overs and programmable GPIO expansion.
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