We’re excited to share that recently ReliefWeb joined the list of news sources available on Apple News - Apple’s latest news aggregator app. The app is available on all iPhones and iPads and includes a large selection of topics from top news organizations and independent publishers.
ReliefWeb content is available in three categories: our curated headlines, all our news and maps & infographics. The content is pulled out automatically from reliefweb.int so you will always see the latest information available.
Apple News collects news stories and also includes a For You tab, featuring content customized for your personal interests. You can sign up to receive breaking news notifications and subscribe to your favorite channels - now including ReliefWeb.Read more
ReliefWeb is pleased to announce that our content is now available on Google Newsstand mobile app and website, Google’s news reader app for Android phones and tablets featuring newspapers, magazines, blogs and other sites.
ReliefWeb aims to make humanitarian updates readily available in various channels for the widest dissemination to our audience, be it via reliefweb.int, mobile apps or on third-party platforms.
We launched the Google Newsstand service in late August 2017 - during September, more than 13,500 users accessed the service. The most-read news covered the earthquakes in Mexico and hurricanes in the Caribbean, with more than 2,600 users on 18 September alone.Read more
The most significant “take-away” from this year’s January to June analytics comparison over the same period in 2016 is the rise in mobile use - up by a staggering 37.46 percent. Last year, ReliefWeb introduced five mobile apps - for Crises, Headlines, Jobs, Training and Videos - and they are having a significant effect on how users are tapping into the website via mobile phones as a whole. The total number of app downloads has reached 24,400, with the highest number in the United States, followed by the UK, China, France and Kenya.Read more
ReliefWeb's immensely popular Jobs section makes it an ideal platform for your job advertisements targeting humanitarian professionals. With over 1,500 organizations posting roughly 35,000 job announcements in the last 12 months with more than 40,000 visits a day, you'll want to make sure that your job postings are seen by the right people. To help you better target your advertisements, we have been continuously improving the jobs form. So here are some useful tips on how you can increase the searchability of your job postings to attract the best candidates.
Title - Title should be short, clear, and concise. The title is what grabs job seekers’ attention and makes them want to find out more about the job. We also encourage using certain keywords which may include essential skills and targeted audience - e.g. Finance Officer, Fluent in French, DRC National.Read more
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The Kasai area, previously a relatively stable, off-the-radar region in central DR Congo, has drawn international attention since a violent crisis began in August 2016.
Originally between local militia and national security forces, the armed conflict has taken on ethnic dimensions and resulted in violence affecting civilians across the region. According to the latest figures, a total of 3.8 million people have been internally displaced in the DRC - the highest number on the continent - of whom one-third are from the Kasai (OCHA, 9 Jul 2017).Read more