"We dedicate our work to help people in need by bringing tech tools to International Development and Humanitarian world, enabling them to fill the technological gap."
"We come together as a community of strong core principles developers, academics and humanitarian workers making humanitarian sector work better, faster, easier and cheaper through IT."
Expertise: We strive for tech excellence, continuously learning about new technologies and how to merge them in our products in a relevant way.
Dedication: We’re committed to helping our clients solve their challenges and optimise their success. We get to know your organisation, bring our creativity and expertise to the table and collaborate to ensure every product is on point and flawlessly executed.
Empathy: We are committed to making a difference in the world and indirectly helping the people in need.
Gratitude: We appreciate our very loyal clients, the strengths of our strategic partners and the talents of our team members. We value and respect the contributions made by all to our mutual success.
We work with a variety of fantastic clients and partners.
"Information gathering and making sense of a fast-paced humanitarian crisis can be challenging. This app provides key figures, access to latest reports and maps, real time financial status, as well as a comprehensive overview for each crisis. All of this is kept updated in real time . The app allows you to quickly compare different crises and gather the history of each event, so you can follow the evolution of a situation. Some recent examples: Haiti’s Hurricane Matthew and the crisis in Syria."
"Those who are more interested in the status of humanitarian funding appeals meanwhile, or in accessing situational maps and infographics of a particular crisis might be more suited to download the RW Crises app."
"... a detailed, in-depth overview of the most pressing humanitarian crises with an assortment of curated articles and informative charts and infographics, displaying, for instance, the number of people in need and the number of people targeted for assistance."