< ALL THINGS > social
Monday September 24 2018
In today's edition of < ALL THINGS > Social:
Facebook's disaster maps are helping nonprofits deliver needed aid after Florence. An initiative within its Data for Good program, Facebook's Disaster Maps project tracks the geo coordinates of user signals to show trends in people's movement during a crisis. The Red Cross and Direct Relief are using this data to provide emergency services to people where they flee to during a disaster. Direct Relief said they combine the Facebook data with government data to identify large population densities and those most vulnerable, and reports from Humanity Road, a nonprofit that provides info on infrastructure outages like cell towers, power outages, and 911 call routing. Fast Company
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