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19 Dec 2016
blog By Miguel Hernandez Rivera Tags: API, filter, Statistics, data, jobs, labs, training, mobile, Trends

ReliefWeb received, on average, about 1.3 million visits a month in 2016. Our users visit the site to search for the latest crisis information, job announcements and opportunities to brush up their skills and knowledge. They access the site from the field and headquarters, using various devices.

As an operator of a major humanitarian information platform, we have been improving our Google Analytics data gathering in order to improve our services based on user behaviors. The continuous improvements to our API in the past years have made it easier to analyze what’s in our content repository with information dating back to 1996, which we made available to users via Content Trends alpha in 2014.

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24 Jun 2015
blog By Yuan-Kwan Chan, ReliefWeb Editor and Head of Office, Asia-Pacific Tags: training

ReliefWeb’s Training section has been gaining popularity. Last year, the section advertised about 3,000 training opportunities by more than 570 organizations, catering to the needs of humanitarian professionals - a 16.5 per cent rise in the number of advertisements compared to the previous year and a threefold increase since 2009.

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10 Jun 2014
blog By Andrew Kobylinski, Product Marketing / Communications Officer Tags: training, disasterready.org

Are you new to ReliefWeb? Or maybe feel that you need a refresher course on how to find humanitarian information? Then the new ReliefWeb Online Tour at DisasterReady.org could be just what you need.

With over 550,000 humanitarian situation reports, maps, news, press releases, evaluations, and guidelines available on ReliefWeb, and more than 100 new updates each day, finding specific humanitarian information can sometimes be overwhelming, especially when you are pressed for time before deployment or new to the site.

So ReliefWeb has teamed up with DisasterReady.org to create an online training tour that teaches you how to navigate ReliefWeb and make the most of some the most popular features. DisasterReady.org is a free, easy to use online training resource designed to help prepare aid workers for the demands they face in the field.

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20 May 2013
blog By Andrew Kobylinski, Product Marketing / Communications Officer Tags: jobs, training

Have you wanted to search ReliefWeb's jobs and training sections by region? Or look for jobs and training in only a few select countries? Well our latest improvement to the search filters now allows you to do this.

We’ve created new country and region filters that are designed to help you find jobs and training in specific locations. Using these filters will make your search faster and easier, providing more accurate results.

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