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What to Expect – CrisisCamp Day

CrisisCamp Day of Learning-Saturday, September 25, 2010 Preparedness matters! Individuals, associations, organizations, NGOs, and companies all plan for emergencies. We set a goal at the CrisisCommons Congress in July 2010 to build more preparedness for CrisisCamp. Won’t you join us to learn, share and collaborate? We plan three main streams of activity: CrisisCamp in a […]

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11 AM conference call for Crisis Camps around the country

Later in the morning, after the kickoff for Crisis Camp DC, volunteers gathered for a conference call to connect efforts across North America and beyond. The World Bank’s Joaquim Toro offered a briefing on Chile, which experienced a serious earthquake in the early hours of the morning. “This is basically the opposite of what we saw […]

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Kicking off Crisis Camp DC: Helping Haiti, Watching Chile [February 27, 2009]

Once again, developers, geospational engineers and online media professionals have come together to work on crisis response applications. Today at the World Bank in Washington, dozens of volunteers are now at work at Crisis Camp DC. They’ll be working on finishing projects that have been created since the first Crisis Camp in January at the […]

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