Peace through code.
The world is online. Today’s protestors carry smartphones, and refugees often ask for wifi first, food and shelter second. We are building a future where, when crises strikes, those in need immediately have access to crucial digital humanitarian tools.
When crisis strikes, we collaborate with NGOs to develop open-source websites, apps, and general software aimed to provide humanitarian support to those impacted.
Through the internet, our work transcends borders, enabling us to reach communities in need, no matter where they are.
We work in partnership with local NGOs and volunteers to maximize our impact and to ensure that our efforts are aligned with the broader humanitarian response.
We have policies and procedures in place to ensure that user data is collected, stored, and used in a way that respects the privacy of the individuals concerned, and that we take all reasonable steps to protect the data from unauthorized access, use, or disclosure.
We commit to being open about our goals, methods, and impact, to ensure that our work is effectively reaching the people who need it most, and that we take responsibility for ensuring that our efforts are meeting the needs of our users.
THE WORLD’S POOREST COMMUNITIES ARE MORE LIKELY TO HAVE ACCESS TO CELLPHONES THAN TOILETS.
THE WORLD BANK
We provided real-time COVID19 stats to over 600M people.
In response to the novel coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan, China, we launched nCoV2019.live, a website displaying real-time data on COVID19.
What is InternetActivism?
InternetActivism is a US-based nonprofit that leverages the internet to deliver digital solutions to those in need during times of crisis.
What are digital humanitarian tools?
Digital humanitarian tools are websites, apps, and general software that aims to help those impacted by injustice, catastrophe, and displacement worldwide.
How is InternetActivism funded?
InternetActivism runs on philanthropic contributions from organizations and people like you. If you have any questions please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who do we work with?
InternetActivism collaborates with humanitarian organizations and technology companies to effectively develop and distribute our work.
If you are interested in talking to our team, please send a message to email@example.com.
How can I participate?
Where can I contact the team?
We'd be happy to hear from you! Send us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org, or message us on Twitter @internetactvsm.