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"Creating" disasters

By Viola Voss

The ReliefWeb editorial team discusses “creating" disasters on a daily basis. While we don’t literally create hurricanes, floods or earthquakes, we do create a separate page on ReliefWeb that provides easy access to all the relevant information under one disaster heading. A recent example is flooding in Mozambique:

This disaster page offers:

an overview of events, continuously updated as new...

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Search box + filters = Speed

By Shuichi Odaka

We post a lot of content and frankly, we don’t expect everyone to read everything. This is why we put a lot of effort into making our search engine better. By clicking on the filters and typing search terms into the search box, you can easily narrow down on the items that really matter to you.

We’re happy that many of you have discovered the power of filters and search, as we now see that more...

Looking for thematic expertise in the humanitarian "World"?

By Viola Voss

Long-time users of ReliefWeb might remember the separate Policy and Issues section on our old (that is pre-2011) website that focused on global analytical reports, evaluations, lessons learned, manuals, guidelines, etc. Our current site has fully integrated these types of documents, so that country-specific information of this kind doesn’t get overlooked. We explained this move on our feedback...

Now open: ReliefWeb Labs

By Shuichi Odaka

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...

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Updates and improvements: New ReliefWeb home page, search & more

By Shuichi Odaka

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...