ReliefWeb has great maps, but wouldn't it be even better if they were more than pretty pictures? With our prototype interactive map, you can zoom to see more detail, adjust timelines, and even download datasets for your own analysis.
Phase: INTERNAL RESEARCH
Data is critical to making informed decisions during disasters and crises. ReliefWeb will gradually incorporate key baseline data from a wide array of public sources available through one easy-to-use interface. Use the data online, or take it and go if you're heading to the field.
To help you stay informed in your area of humanitarian expertise we have introduced a category of content pages called “Topics”. These thematic topics will categorise information under a particular issue or theme. “Food and Nutrition” is our first Labs trial topic page.
The new Disaster Topic pages will offer global analysis, lessons-learnt and other in-depth reports organized by disaster type. Each page will display the locations of disasters in the past 12 months on a dynamic world map, and links to alerts and monitoring tools by specialized institutions.