Monitoring & Analyzing Aid Flows And Improving Management Of Development Interventions
Major natural disasters often lead to a large and sudden influx of aid and assistance funds to the affected communities, which can create serious planning and coordination challenges for national and local authorities. A central obstacle is what can be called the information gap—the beneficiary government (as well as donor organizations and NGOs) lack readily accessible, timely, and reliable information about “who is doing what, where, and how”. This lack of information can result in duplicated or overlapping efforts.
Synergy’s award-winning post-disaster management solutions enable online, offline and mobile-based reporting and tracking of recovery and relief project funds and progress alongside needs/damages. GIS mapping and analytics help officials to plan and visualize recovery efforts to target the areas where they are needed most. This complete toolset promotes effective mobilization, utilization and management of DRM resources, while improving transparency and accountability to citizens.
Get The Information On Who Is Doing What, Where And How
Our systems are rapidly deployable, and have supported governments in responding to major global disasters:
- 2004 Asian Tsunami (Indonesia, Maldives, Sri Lanka and Thailand)
- 2005 Pakistan earthquake,
- 2010 Haiti Earthquake,
- 2013 Philippines Typhoon Haiyan
Synergy has become a trusted partner of countries tackling post-disaster recovery and reconstruction thanks to our expertise delivering vital systems under challenging circumstances and our highly customizable technology solutions. We’re proud to have the opportunity to continue supporting countries in effectively delivering key projects and services when they are most needed.