If you’ve been visiting ReliefWeb for a while, you probably know ReliefWeb as a go-to place for humanitarian updates and jobs. A website like ours takes a good deal of effort just to keep it running, so we tend to focus on doing a few things well rather than spreading ourselves too thinly. But we don’t live under a rock either, and as the world around us changes, we constantly ask ourselves where ReliefWeb should go next. The shift to mobile computing, visualization and big data are some of the developments we are watching very closely.Read more
Change is underway at ReliefWeb! We are pleased about the site updates and our new blog that we are rolling out today, and about an array of updates and improvements we have planned for the coming months. In addition to some small design updates, important new features are now live on the site.
More than a year after launching the new version of ReliefWeb, we have plans and team in place to begin making regular updates and improvements to the site based on the feedback we receive from our users every day. I want to take this opportunity to highlight some of the new changes and features of the site that are now available.Read more