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Haiyan Response - ISCRAM Panel Presentation

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Presentation given at ISCRAM 2014 conference during a panel discussion on the response to Typhoon Haiyan.

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Haiyan Response - ISCRAM Panel Presentation

  1. 1. TYPHOON HAIYAN / YOLANDA (PHILIPPINES) ISCRAM 2014 Gisli Olafsson Emergency Response Director @gislio
  2. 2. NETHOPEEMERGENCYRESPONSE Typhoon Haiyan/Yoldanda – 8 November 2013
  3. 3. NETHOPEEMERGENCYRESPONSE NetHope Member NGO Office Locations
  4. 4. NETHOPEEMERGENCYRESPONSE NetHope Members Active Member Activities Member Activities ActionAid BY International Federation of Red Cross/ Red Crescent (IFRC) BSQ(hY AmeriCares h International Medical Corps (IMC) h CARE BS Islamic Relief ( Catholic Relief Services BS MercyCorps BS(hY ChildFund International Y Oxfam International BShY Christian Aid h Plan International BSY Concern Worldwide ( Relief International h Direct Relief h Save the Children ShY Habitat for Humanity B SOS Children’s Villages Y Heifer International Y World Vision BY B shelter S water Q supplies ( ICT assessments h medical Y food / families / women & children
  5. 5. NETHOPEEMERGENCYRESPONSE NetHope’s Response - 3 VSATs installed in partnership with BT - 6 additional VSATs installed in partnerships with NetHope members - 105 satellite phones handed out - 14 BGANs handed out - 300 laptops handed out - 200 VOIP headsets handed out - 50 video cameras handed out - ICT assessments performed in East Samar, North Cebu, and Panay Island - ETC cluster and NetHope community working as one
  6. 6. COORDINATEDICTRESPONSE ETC Services
  7. 7. COORDINATEDICTRESPONSE Emergency Telecom Cluster Coordination
  8. 8. COORDINATEDICTRESPONSE ICT Assessment Methodology • Initial Assessment (First days) • Based on secondary data sources • Mobile operator data • Social media reports • Media reports • Response organization information • Used to determine the initial scope of the ICT infrastructure damage • Rapid Field Assessments (First 1-2 weeks) • Field trips to affected areas • Visual surveying of affected damage to infrastructure • Interviewing of key stakeholders • Connectivity assessments • Needs of response organizations, affected population captured.
  9. 9. COORDINATEDICTRESPONSE ICT Assessments – things to consider • Consider leveraging more crowd-sourced information • Collaborate with the infrastructure operators • Use network infrastructure data • Don’t forget power, fiber, etc.
  10. 10. COORDINATEDICTRESPONSE Providing Connectivity
  11. 11. INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
  12. 12. INFORMATIONMANAGEMENT
  13. 13. INFORMATIONMANAGEMENT Cluster Assessments
  14. 14. INFORMATIONMANAGEMENT Cluster Assessments
  15. 15. INFORMATIONMANAGEMENT Digital Volunteers
  16. 16. INFORMATIONMANAGEMENT Digital Volunteers
  17. 17. INFORMATIONMANAGEMENT Digital Volunteers
  18. 18. INFORMATIONMANAGEMENT Digital Volunteers
  19. 19. INFORMATIONMANAGEMENT
  20. 20. INFORMATIONMANAGEMENT
  21. 21. INFORMATIONMANAGEMENT Good – Bad - Ugly • More information being shared amongst organizations • More coordinated use of digital volunteers • More joint assessments within humanitarian community • Lack of data standards slowing down use of shared data • Extensive data processing needed to use shared data • Lot of duplication of efforts • Lack of coordination with government response • Lack of involvement with local community • Lack of attention to areas outside of CNN focus area
  22. 22. INFORMATIONMANAGEMENT Way Forward • We need data standards for core emergency response data • We need easy ways of sharing our data in machine readable format • We need more coordinated information management efforts • We need to work closely with affected governments • We need to build information management capacity in disaster prone developing countries • We need to focus on entire affected area, not just where media is • We need to involve the affected community in the information management effort • We need new ways of funding innovation and research in the humanitarian space.

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