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Mobile for Humanitarian Innovation Programme
Our mission is to accelerate the delivery and impact of digital humanitarian assistance
The GSMA Mobile for Humanitarian Innovation (M4H) programme works to accelerate the delivery and impact of digital humanitarian assistance. This will be achieved by building a learning and research agenda to inform the future of digital humanitarian response, catalysing partnerships and innovation for new digital humanitarian services, advocating for enabling policy environments, monitoring and evaluating performance, disseminating insights and profiling achievements. M4H marks an evolution and expansion of the GSMA’s disaster response work. The programme is supported by the UK Department for International Development.
The mobile industry continues to grow its engagement and investment in partnerships and solutions that will deliver a digital humanitarian future. Over 147 mobile operators have committed to the GSMA Humanitarian Connectivity Charter, an initiative which strengthens the resilience, preparedness and response capability of connectivity systems in over 106 countries.
This initiative is currently funded by the UK Department for International Development (DFID), and supported by the GSMA and its members.
This report captures some of the key ways GSMA members and their partners responded to Hurricanes Irma and ...Read more
In September 2017, with support from the UK Department for International Development (DFID), the GSMA ...Read more
This year’s GSMA Humanitarian Connectivity Charter Annual Report shares how our signatories continue to ...Read more
The main objectives of this guide are to: • Provide an overview of the principles of BCM underpinning the ...Read more
Our latest research report looks at ways that a number of humanitarian organisations have started to ...Read more
Returning from Mobile World Congress in Barcelona last week, one thing was clear; the topic of humanitarian ...Read more
For the first time in Uganda, mobile network operators (MNOs) are offering their mobile money bulk payment ...Read more
On 24 & 25 October the Disaster Response programme took part in the Techfugees Global Summit in the ...Read more
Sudatel highlights the mobile industry’s key role in elevating the quality of life for Internally Displaced People
In July 2017, Sudatel Group became the newest signatory of the Humanitarian Connectivity Charter (HCC), ...Read more