Over the past 17 years, more than 5,000 humanitarian organizations have supplied ReliefWeb with 540,000 pieces of humanitarian related information.
So to help you easily find what you’re looking for, from within our vast humanitarian information archive, we've created a new section called ‘organizations’. Now you can choose to find humanitarian information by either updates, countries, disasters, topics or ‘organizations’.
This new section provides you with an at-a-glance look at the content available from a particular humanitarian organization. You can further filter results by the type of organization (eg. NGO, international org, media etc) or by the country/region in which they are located.
This will allow you to quickly review a specific organization’s reporting activities, what jobs openings they have, and what trainings they are offering, all in one page. See some examples:
- Agency for Technical Cooperation and Development - (ACTED)
- United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA)
- Save the Children
Each individual organization page displays a small map indicating the location where they have reported on their activities as well as the location of current job openings. A bar chart also tracks the volume of reports and job announcements that the organization recently shared with ReliefWeb.
Organization pages are also a great way monitor your organization’s content on ReliefWeb. By regularly checking your organization’s page you can help ensure accuracy and reliability of ReliefWeb. If you have information that is relevant and currently not on ReliefWeb, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. All content submissions are reviewed by ReliefWeb editorial staff and considered based on ReliefWeb's editorial guidelines.
If you’re a humanitarian organization who is not yet a ReliefWeb content provider, you can find out how to become one at our new organizations section
Today’s launch is one of the first steps in the development of an extensive humanitarian organization section. In future we hope to improve the pages by adding further details such as organizational descriptions, logos and better access to their information.
We’re keen to find out what information you would want on our humanitarian organizational pages so contact us or leave a comment below.