Digital Humanitarians are changing the world, according to a recent article in the Huffington Post. If you have ever responded to a need by donating money, goods and services over the internet or used social media to share a disaster aid campaign, you are a “Digital Humanitarian” – someone who provides help using online services.
With the majority of internet access taking place over smartphones and devices and the ubiquity of social media and web sites like GoFundMe, it’s now easier than ever to make a big impact with minimal effort. Organizers of relief efforts see their projects blossom quickly as digital forensics, map making and data mining tools allow them to mount campaigns and communicate them more quickly.
- Read the article: How Digital Humanitarians Are Closing the Gaps In Worldwide Disaster Response
- Visit DigitalHumanitarian.com and get involved!