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by Robin Schofield and Jennifer Johnson
with Juliet Sander and Khatuna Giorgadze
How do new technologies impact coordination and information management with respect to providing aid in the aftermath of disasters?
International agencies, governments and many NGOs have long enjoyed access to the latest technologies; however, this support has largely allowed for incremental (rather than transformational) improvements in efficacy and impact.