[This article was first posted on Medium on March 27, 2015. This article is an account of the project I managed as a Country Director in Liberia during the Ebola crisis] When misinformation is a case of life or death, … Continue reading →
[This blog post is an abstract of the “Next Steps Report” produced by Internews and Aptivate in August 2015] Seven months later, I am really excited to talk about what we have done with the Humanitarian Information Dashboard (HID). The … Continue reading →
One of the biggest problem right now in Central African Republic is the perception in the two different communities, Christian and Muslims, that the two fighting movements, the Seleka and the Anti-Balaka, are the same thing than the communities themselves. … Continue reading →
[Cross posted from the Internews Centre for Innovation & Learning website] It has been 2 years since I have been in Bangui. It is exactly how I remembered it: dusty, noisy, chaotic and fascinating. On the way from the airport … Continue reading →
I owe an apology to my readers: I did not disappeared or stopped blogging, I just changed platform for a little while. No worries, this is still my official blog, but for the time being you can see what I … Continue reading →
I have been wondering in the past year were Josh Nesbit (blogging here) was, after stepping back from FrontlineSMS and finally concentrating fully on Medic Mobile. Then, one week ego, he suddenly appeared in Nairobi, and I could not miss the opportunity … Continue reading →
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