Online Research - Humanitarian Sector - Asia
Disaster Accountability Project
Join DAP's amazing team of volunteers to improve the impact of disaster relief and humanitarian aid!
We are looking for online researcher to support the following:
WHY: We are buliding SmartResponse, an online data platform that makes sure donations reach those most in need.
DAP (an independent watchdog of disaster relief and humanitarian aid) is recruiting a volunteer team to help us identify, engage, and collect data on local nonprofits/civil society organizations in Asia so we can survey groups, collect data, and improve transparency/effectiveness of humanitarian aid.
Time Commitment: 5-10 hours per week (estimate)
Background or Experience in Humanitarian/Development sector is an advantage. How to Apply:
Please send a short cover letter and resume/CV to email@example.com
About Disaster Accountability Project
4402 Bestor Dr, Rockville, MD 20853, US
Disaster Accountability Project saves lives and reduces suffering after disasters by maximizing the impact of preparedness, response and relief through citizen oversight and engagement, policy research and advocacy, and public education.
DAP is the leading nonprofit organization that provides long-term independent oversight of disaster management systems.
DAP engages a dedicated community to advance policy research and advocacy, promote transparency, and encourage the public to participate in oversight, community-based organizing, and discussions about disaster preparedness and relief.
Dedicated citizen oversight is necessary to ensure resources dedicated to preparedness, relief, and recovery are effectively utilized, communities are sufficiently engaged and more resilient, and best practices and lessons learned are implemented so mistakes are not repeated.
Prior to the creation of the Disaster Accountability Project (DAP), there was no dedicated, independent oversight of the agencies and organizations responsible for these critical life-saving responsibilities.
We provide independent oversight and data collection in Disasters.