CrisisCommons is Community Technology + Humanitarian Relief

Nina pointed me to Crisis Commons, an organization that brings together professionals to create useful tools in times of need. They have been conducting something called CrisisCamp where people get together on a specific day to work on projects.

In their words:

“Crisis Camp is a gathering of technologists who come together to build platforms to assist with the releif efforts in Haiti.”

“We are an international network of professionals drawn together by a call to service. We are developers, specialists, communicators, first responders, project managers, and people who just want to help!”

More here: http://crisiscommons.org/

Check on their site, top right corner, for upcoming CrisisCamp meet-ups in London, New York, Boston, Boulder/Devner, Los Angeles, Miami, Portland, Sillicon Valley and Washington DC.

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  1. Dear Sir,

    I wish to submit an application for study grant from your organization/institution to pursue one year Master Degree in Humanitarian Health Program Management to be conducted at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine in the United Kingdom. The course will start September 2010 and end in August 2011.

    The Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine is known for excellence in providing well clear training on subjects in international health care and research that suits the requirement of developing countries like that of The Gambia

    I am trained as a Nurse and currently working for a registered Non- Governmental Organization call Health Promotion and Development Organization (HePDO). This organization works with rural communities in the area of Health Promotion and Development issues affecting the entire Gambian population

    This course will provide me with wide range of knowledge and practical skills in the broader context of Humanitarian Health Program Management. It will also build my capacity with all the requisite skills and theories required to work effectively in ongoing humanitarian health programs that deals with the improvement of livelihood of people facing serious humanitarian health crisis and rural disadvantaged communities in my country and other parts of the world where my services are expected to be delivered

    Sir, I attach a copy of the admission letter and course program for your highest consideration. The course administrator Mrs. Eleanor Carr at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine is willing to be contacted for more information regarding my application for a study grant. She can be reach on Telephone + 0044 (0) 151 705 3359 or Email: ecarr@liverpool.ac.uk

    Sir, I will be very grateful if my application for funding/study grant could be considered

    Yours Sincerely,
    Pa Yusupha Sowe.

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