The DIGITAL PH project (Digitized Community Disaster Risk Mapping and Information for Efficient Humanitarian Response and Development Programming in the Philippines) builds on a comprehensive mapping of 176 communities during the three-year Haiyan recovery and rehabilitation program, to digitise and make available validated and up-to-date information on community demographics, vulnerabilities and capacities, and other vital information for future response.
The innovation aimed to put communities first, by empowering them to maintain this information in an online database, and to use it in the event of an emergency to assess needs, and respond appropriately. The platform will also be opened up to other responders.
The final project report provides information on the methodology, activities, outputs, impact and dissemination of learning.
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