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Collective Crisis Intelligence for Frontline Responders

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Collective Crisis Intelligence for Frontline Humanitarian Response

This report provides the first analysis of how an emerging innovation approach, Collective Crisis Intelligence, is being used to improve anticipation, management and response in the humanitarian sector.


Localising AI for Crisis Response

This report documents the results of a year-long project to design and evaluate new Collective Crisis Intelligence tools that combine data from crisis-affected communities with the processing power of AI to improve humanitarian action.


Investment summary

Investment type
Accelerated innovation collaborations
People involved

Genna Barnett, Aleks Berditchevskia, Issy Gill, Nasara Hussein, Eirini Malliaraki, Joana Murta Rosa, Kathy Peach, George Richardson, Isabel Stewart, Oli Wittington; Fellows: Princewill Achem Nkongho, Pius Ngwa, Saurav Poudel

Project length
16 months

UK, Nepal and Cameroon

  • Nesta
  • International Federation of the Red Cross
  • Solferino Academy
  • The Nepal Red Cross National Society
  • The Cameroon Red Cross National Society