Humanitarianism in the Age of Cyber-warfare: Towards the Principled and Secure Use of Information in Humanitarian Emergencies
Data security and privacy are important principles at mFieldwork. We co-authored this United Nations report on the use of technology in humanitarian response and its implications for privacy and protection.
Cross Cutting Evaluation of DFID’s Approach to Remote Management in Somalia and North-East Kenya
The mFIeldwork platform was deployed with DFID partners for monitoring and evaluation in Somalia. This external evaluation of DFID touches on mFieldwork’s contribution to DFID’s work in this difficult environment.
The Somali Shelter / NFI Cluster Reviews of coordination and response Combined report
The Somalia Shelter Cluster has used the mFieldwork platform with their members extensively since 2013. This external evaluation reviews this initiative and a number of other innovations by the cluster.
Kenya Inter-Agency Rapid Assessment Mechanism (KIRA): A Bottom-up Humanitarian Innovation from Africa
The Government of Kenya, the Kenyan Red Cross, the United Nations and other members of the humanitarian community used the mFieldwork platform to develop a rapid assessment tool. This paper by the team won best paper at Humtech 2015.
This World Humanitarian Summit paper looks at how humanitarian innovation is financed. mFieldwork is an example of lean client centered innovation with a focus on meeting challenges faced by humanitarians in the field.