Humanity Road has intensified its activation to support severe flooding in Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegoniva. Currently a team of 13 volunteers is supporting the event; including volunteers from our partner Translators Without Borders who are assisting us in identifying and translating content.
Digital Humanitarian Activation - Public impacted we need your input
On May 21, Humanity Road was activated via the Digital Humanitarian Network DHN by United Nations Office of Coordination for Humanitarian Affairs (UN OCHA) and is now leading the development and management of an online public survey. Aid providers responding to #BalkanFloods are invited to complete this online survey: http://svy.mk/1vHoIF4.
Situation report and 3W report
Humanity Road volunteers are continuously updating the situation reports, sharing relevant information in our social media accounts. Real time updates are available on our website. A report on which aid agencies are responding is also being compiled. Aid providers who are deploying or responding to #BalkanFloods please complete this form to be included in the next report. http://bit.ly/1j6Ia4p.
Specific needs identified include: food and drinking water, medication for diabetics, hygiene items, cleaning supplies, generators.
Hashtags: #Bosnia, #Bosniafloods, #poplave, #poplave2014, #helpbosnia, #Serbiafloods, #Serbia, #SerbiaNeedsHelp Twitter handles