FHI 360 developed this inventory of digital technologies for resilience with support from the Rockefeller Foundation, to support resilience practitioners and the broader development community to identify digital technologies that have the potential to enhance resilience outcomes, particularly in Asia. This inventory was primarily populated through a crowdsourced call for submissions that took place in March 2017.
FHI 360 has finalized this inventory and has published it online where it is available in two versions: Google Sheets (all submissions) and PDF (only Asia-Pacific submissions). The inventory has more than 100 entries, representing a wide range of digital technologies that are being used to support a variety of resilience efforts. It is expected that this inventory can be a useful reference tool, and encourage everyone to share it with their networks as they see fit.
This resource will also include an interactive workshop that will include technology implementers, organizations working on resilience, and investors/donors with an interest in the intersection of digital technology and resilience. Its primary objectives are to:
- share with and learn from like-minded practitioners who are effectively making use of digital technologies to enhance resilience
- provide a facilitated opportunity for participants to explore partnership opportunities to expand the scale of digital technology for resilience efforts