UPDATE (April/2020): We have developed a COVID-19 specific version of our tool, with the aim of streamlining the flow of relevant information between cities, institutions and citizens, which is already in implementation in a few places. If you think this can be useful in your city or community, get in touch and we will deploy asap! firstname.lastname@example.org
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Our mission is to simplify and
digitalize complex frameworks and strategies so as to allow cities and
communities globally, in particular the least-resourced ones, to improve the
life of their residents and achieve Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) 11 (sustainable cities and communities).
We offer simple and affordable digital tools that support cities and communities in working in their most pressing issues in a rapid and collaborative manner.
Economist and innovation specialist
Regional and Environmental Planner
Regional Focal Points
Rafael Valladares Rodas
Jhonny Rojas & team
Nikunj Kakadiya & Deskcode team
The number and impact of disasters increase every year. From natural events such floods and earthquakes, to man-made ones as fires and pollution, it’s not a matter of if, but of when the next one will happen.
Nevertheless, currently only as few as 4% of cities have a disaster warning system.
H.A.R.D. is a web- and mobile-based tool that allows cities and citizens to work together in preparing for, responding to and recovering from disasters and crises. Actions can be developed and implemented in a matter of weeks, with little need for external assistance.
H.A.R.D. provides a simple and structured way for people to use their own knowledge through a step-by-step process in order to: