People on the move in search of humanitarian assistance are facing challenges due to disconnected humanitarian systems.
We recently organized a series of workshops with the IFRC on Digital ID to review recent learning and experiences. The workshops were organized around the following question: What should the IFRC’s vision for digital identity look like?
How can we connect more on data literacy skills in the Red Cross Red Crescent? We were so delighted by your participation and contributions to IFRC’s First Data and Digital Week.
The Data & Digital Week aimed to help National Societies (NS) connect with each other, and the wider network, and to learn from each other’s Digital Transformation efforts.
During the first ever IFRC Data & Digital week, April 19-23, 2021, our global network gathered online to…
Global impact Efficiently collecting, managing, and using data in resource-constrained environments is vital to our humanitarian...
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As a Technical Team lead specialising in Networks and Telephony for British Red Cross, our team had many plans in place at the start of 2020.
Get ready to learn and share data & digital skills to accelerate digital transformation in line with Strategy 2030.
The impact was impressive. The Accounts Payable team are sent up to 400 invoices every day. They check the details against our records before they make the payment. It takes a lot of time, so we trained a bot to manage the five suppliers who sent the most invoices.
Reaching 3500% more people than before – Red Cross’ road to digitalisation in the Dutch Caribbean (Curaçao, Aruba and Sint Maarten).
Three weeks have passed since the IFRC’s virtual Climate:Red summit came to an end. Plenty of time to reflect on our experience, what worked, and what did not work as well as expected. The event offered live interpretation in all four IFRC official languages, an unusual yet critical feature in the digital space for event organisers, the audience, and interpreters alike.