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ReliefWeb Crises

By United Nations

This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.

Description

RW Crises provides comprehensive coverage of over 20 crisis-affected countries. Get the latest humanitarian updates, disaster trends and country overviews as well as links to in-country contacts, datasets, and jobs and training opportunities. Follow updates in real time and save content for offline use.

Comprehensive coverage
RW Crises covers over 20 countries and features links to datasets and in-country contacts, disaster trends, country overviews as well as jobs and training opportunities. Stay up to date on the latest developments - new countries are added in real time when major disasters strike.

Smooth and easy navigation
Seamlessly switch between countries and choose the type of content you want to see. Only interested in Sitreps? Simply go to the Sitreps tab and swipe through the latest reports.

Offline access
Going to the field with no internet access and still want your data? Save RW Crises content for offline use in areas with poor connectivity - an invaluable feature for users in the field. You can access all key figures as well as five reports in each category (Headlines, Sitreps, Visuals, etc.) while not connected to the internet

“ 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.” - Huffington Post

“ 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.” - Devex

“... ReliefWeb Crises, gives you 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.” - Appolicious

Download RW Crises and keep up to date on the most pressing humanitarian crises around the world!

What's New in Version 2.5.8

- Expanded coverage: Now covering over 20 countries, featuring links to datasets and in-country contacts, disaster trends, country overviews as well as jobs and training opportunities.
- Reworked navigation and improved speed: Seamlessly switch between countries and choose the type of content you want to see. Only interested in Sitreps? Simply go to the Sitreps tab and swipe through the latest reports.
- Offline access: Save content for offline use in areas with limited internet connectivity.

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ReliefWeb Crises
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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • Free
  • Category: News
  • Updated:
  • Version: 2.5.8
  • Size: 28.5 MB
  • Language: English
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Rated 9+ for the following:
  • Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes

Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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