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Project Summary

Geochat emerged from a simple concept - can I send an SMS message and see it on a map?

From there the concept has evolved, and geochat has become a project to build a collaboration platform for the lowest common denominator communication tools, considering as highest priorities the needs of workers of humantiarian aid, international health and disaster response.

The main drivers for the project are the feedback of the InSTEDD programs in South East Asia, excercises such as GoldenShadow?, and a growing community of humanitarian and health workers who spend their days in technologically austere environments. We invite anyone from any line of work to use and contribute user experience, technical, and any other kind of feedback.

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amazon_ec2 clickatell collaboration csharp disasterresponse ec2 email emergency geotagging googlemaps health_professionals hfoss humanitarian javascript kml kmz map mapping mobile mobile_phones restful situationalawareness sms smsgateway smtp textmessage twitter twowaymessaging

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30 Day Summary

Apr 9 2016 — May 9 2016

12 Month Summary

May 9 2015 — May 9 2016