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Life, Dignity and Digital Technology

Digital Technology for Humanitarian Action
by

Hend Alhinnawi

on 19 February 2013

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Transcript of Life, Dignity and Digital Technology

United Nations Syria Deir ez-Zor August 9, 2011 >60 Million Tweets, ~5 Million Stories > 120,000 News Articles ~3,000 Verified Eyewitness Reports Longest Standing Crowdsource Effort What people in Syria are searching Syria Tracker for… Government Agencies Using Syria Tracker... Life, Dignity and Digital Technology http://www.humanitariantracker.org @HNTracker Rawan Malek, 4, who fled with her family from the violence in their village, flashes the victory sign as she poses for a photograph inside a tent at a displaced camp, in the Syrian village of Atmeh, on November 7, 2012. (AP Photo/ Khalil Hamra) Disclaimer
Images in this presentation are incorporated under “Fair Use”, Copyright Act of 1976, 17 U.S.C. § 107. Those pictured or sampled do not necessarily endorse this project, or any of the “sides” of this conflict.

Presentation by
Hend Alhinnawi and Taha Kass-Hout of Humanitarian Tracker

Voice-over by
Hend Alhinnawi
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