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How a Canadian app is helping refugees find food, clean water and medical care
by Alison Moodie
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16 November 2016
On 16 November 2016 The Guardian reported:
A big issue for humanitarian organizations is finding an efficient and effective way to get up-to-date information to refugees and other aid groups. Now, a new web app, created by Canadian tech startup PeaceGeeks, in partnership with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), aims to bring all this information together in one place to make it easier for refugees to find what they need. The app, called Services Advisor, is available in both English and Arabic, and can be accessed using a smartphone or computer.
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