iTRACK is designed to be a cost effective open source system, supporting organisations where resources may be limited. To further facilitate its uptake by humanitarian organisations operating conflict and disaster missions, we design technology and policies in with humanitarian practitioners with pilot applications with the World Food Programme and iMMAP in on-going conflict disasters in the Middle East.
This monthly digest comprises threats and incidents of violence, as well as protests and other events affecting the delivery of aid. It has been prepared by Insecurity Insight from information reported in open sources, and made available free of charge once a month to highlight the extent to which insecurity affects the delivery of aid. The incidents reported are not a complete nor a representative list of all events that affect the delivery of aid. This document includes data on aid workers reportedly killed, kidnapped and arrested (KKA). In 2018, 476 aid workers were reportedly affected in KKA incidents - 149 aid workers reportedly killed 154 aid workers reportedly kidnapped 173 aid workers reportedly arrested This KKA data is updated each month to include backdated reports identified in open-sources and shared by Aid in Danger partner agencies. It is available on HDX Insecurity Insight and Reliefweb Crisis App Data. Thank you for your support, Insecurity Insight #NotATarget The full text is available here https://bit.ly/2FC4tp8
The iTRACK Consortium consists of 12 partners from 8 diferent countries, including leading universities, research centers, ICT companies and humanitarian NGOs and covering the wide range of expertise required for the successful development of the iTRACK solution.Read More