A HIF-funded project conducted by the University of Groningen has launched its prototype innovation - the Humanitarian Genome (HG), which is an advanced search engine that rapidly processes and sorts through hundreds of data sources (such as evaluative reports and documented experiences). Based on the users’ requests it quickly retrieves relevant, validated and concise extracts of text, each traceable to its origin source to aid in any humanitarian response.
Join and share!
Register at http://humanitariangenome.org/intro
Use their easy-going user manual to help figure out the Humanitarian Genome’s features http://humanitariangenome.org/HG_manual11m.pdf
Once you register, in case your organisation is not on the list please choose the ‘Humanitarian Genome’ and write your actual organisation name along with your job description – this will be updated in the next system upgrade.
Use the HG for your work or research and utilize, speedily and easily, the mass of existing knowledge to help achieve true accountability.