CrisisCommons: Community Projects + Humanitarian Effort

Do you have any programming skills? Do you have language skills, or geographical skills? Do you have time to spare and an internet connection? Then keep on reading.

From the CrisisCommons About webpage

“We are an international volunteer network of professionals drawn together by a call to service. We create technological tools and resources for responders to use in mitigating disasters and crises around the world. MORE

If you are in California near San Francisco, you can join their efforts this Saturday, in Sunnyvale, at the Silicon Valley CrisisCamp Haiti.

If you don’t know anything about programming but you want to help, have a look here.

For information on all the current projects, technical and non-technical, check their wiki.

This is the kind of information that should be passed throughout the internet, and not those speculations about HAARP causing the quake, or the US being behind on some hedious plan. Do something for these people. Start with something simple. Like these projects.

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