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The monday.com Emergency Response Team (ERT) partners with humanitarian NGOs and governmental agencies to help enhance their impact during emergencies, through donating digital emergency products and technical expertise and services.
We scale the impact of aid organizations during the response to disasters through the digital transformation of their core emergency operations. We provide support and complete digital transformation during the disaster stage as well as in preparedness, and recovery.
Expert consultation on the digitalization of emergency response management
Joint emergency deployment with real-time design of specific digital requirements
Solution development in real-time, based on specific situation on the ground
Solution training and full transfer of ownership to operational team in the field
Implementation of EOC with monday.com's platform and tech equipment
The Emergency Response Team enhances and scale our partners’ disaster relief efforts and impact. Take a look at some of our recent projects, and contact us if you think we can help you too.
Supply chain management
Bamberg:UA is a German based NGO that in April 2022 began to support Ukrainian refugees and displaced persons.
The ERT digitized this organization's inventory and donor management system, for shipments leaving Germany and headed to Ukraine, allowing the organization to focus their efforts on fundraising and logistics.
The impact: The organization was able to save time on repetitive processes, and provide quicker response to community based organizations in Ukraine.
Environmental disaster preparedness
Work an Israeli NGO in charge of managing and coordinating the response to ocean related disasters and oil spills, through a vast network of civil volunteers and government agencies.
The ERT supported Ecoocean in creating a regional system for event preparedness and team management, allowing HQ to have a centralized digital command center.
Ecoocean's team and volunteers are able to prepare, manage and coordinate an emergency event more rapidly, effectively and accurately.
Venezuela Refugee Crisis
The Venezuelan refugee crisis is now considered the largest humanitarian crisis in the region, with 5,000 people estimated to be fleeing the country daily. Their journey to seek asylum includes a harsh, months long trek on foot, making those refugee shelters set up along the way vital to their chances of survival.
The ERT worked with a major INGO to design a comprehensive program management tool for refugee shelter management project including shelter logistics, refugee assessments, partner CRM, reporting and collaboration tools.
The Impact: In a few days the ERT and the INGO digitized the management of 94 shelters with annual population of 360,000, across Colombia, Guatemala and Mexico, providing relevant content and needed tools to refugees en transit.
UNDRR VII Disaster Risk Reduction Regional Platform
The ERT attended the UNDRR Regional Platform in Uruguay. Global disaster response practitioners discussed the importance and impact of digital transformation of the aid sector, especially in the pivotal work of risk reduction and preparedness.
The ERT presented its work in the disaster relief space, implemented through our philanthropic initiative. We created use cases for partners on site, and presented our digital transformation initiatives and knowledge in the context of disaster risk reduction.
Our goal is to provide digital solutions for disaster preparedness to regional and national aid agencies in the area. Additionally, we aim to promote the adoption of digital solutions for disaster preparedness by introducing and encouraging aid agencies to understand and utilize them.
After Hurricane Fiona hit Puerto Rico, leaving 90% of the island without power and 55% of homes without water, the ERT joined a volunteer based disaster relief organization in the field.
The ERT created digital solutions for volunteer registration and management, as well as aid request collection and community needs assessment templates.
monday.com's platform allowed the NGO volunteers to quickly collect and process data on the needs on the ground, and activate relevant support in real time.
Collection and distribution of relief needs
On February 6, two massive earthquakes rocked southeastern Türkiye. According to the latest statement of AFAD (Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency), 45,089 people lost their lives. 115,000 people were injured.
The response: Three days after devastating earthquakes shook Türkiye on February 6, the ERT arrived near the earthquake epicenter, to provide digital aid to aid organizations. With the help of our Turkish partner Omnifactors, ERT implemented digital tools for local grassroot organizations including field assessments, automated emergency call centers and more, assuring that critical aid requests reach communities on time.
In the first 48 hours of using our platform, a member of the Anatolian Federation collected over 600 aid requests and distributed over 16,000 kg of goods and over 50,000 items, saving over 60% of their operational time.
Emergency Operation Center
A devastating tropical storm caused extreme flooding and mudslides, with dozens of deaths, thousands of people displaced, and significant infrastructure damage.
ERT supports the Philippines Red Cross national EOC (Emergency Operations Centre) with our disaster management solution, enabling the operational teams to rapidly and efficiently respond, based on real-time data submitted directly from the affected areas.
The monday.com disaster management solution enhanced operational efficiency, creating one source of truth for decision makers, cross-team collaboration, and streamlining situational analysis and reporting.
IsraAID, a leading INGO in the disaster response space provided extensive support to affected populations following the humanitarian crises in Ukraine.
The response: the ERT together with monday.com volunteers helped IsraAID design and implement a large scale distribution management tool, for automated shipment of good to relevant aid organizations.
IsraAID provided support to thousands of people, shipping millions of relief items to refugees and affected population across the region.
Complete digital transformation
During the 2022 hurricane season, Mexico was hit by numerous major storms, affecting hundreds of thousands of people.
The ERT joined a leading disaster relief NGO, which responds weekly to various emergencies, to create comprehensive workflows for complete emergency response management.
within 1 week, the NGO went through a complete digital transformation, allowing it to streamline its existing processes, create cross-team collaboration, generate real time reporting and save over 30% of their time.
Afghan and Ukrainian migrant resettlement
In recent years due to the crises in Afghanistan and more recently in Ukraine, tens of thousands of migrants are reaching the US to find shelter, resettling and forming a new life in shelters and other locations.
In April, the ERT arrived to the HQ of a major INGO supporting migrants and refugees, to implement a digital system to reach out refugees with relevant information about their right through a resettlement process.
In 2 days, the ERT and our partner created a complete workflow to generate and collaborate on content creation, disseminate messaging through social media channels, and have clear visualization tools for the work and impact done
As the visual platform that manages everything, the monday.com Work OS helps teams plan, organize, and track all work in one place.
The ERT provided technology, knowledge on how to digitally transform response efforts, support in integrating the monday.com platform into response efforts, and digital equipment to assist the partners in responding to the disaster.
This video shows how monday.com partnered with the Argentina Red Cross to completely digitize their humanitarian hub and process of shipping items to disaster zones in South America
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