Thursday, January 21, 2010

NetHope on the Front Lines in Haiti

Last September, I posted blog to Fast Company about NetHope, an org which I've been supporting for more than two years. NetHope, which is made up of the technology leaders from 28 internetional NGOs, is now on the frontlines of getting the communications infrastructure up and running in Haiti so that member agencies (Red Cross, CARE, Save the Children, Oxfam, etc) can better coordinate the logistics of helping so many desperate people. Today CEO Bill Brindley posted an update on the work that they're doing in Haiti.

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