NetHope provides connectivity to Venezuelan migrants in Colombia



My first foreign job in 2019 was in Colombia with NetHope, a gem of an organization doing everything tech for humanitarians and populations in need anywhere in the world. Last year we spent time with them in Uganda where they supported NGOs responding to the South Sudanese refugee crisis, documented and helped in disaster connectivity training in Panama and hang out with them in cheeky Dublin where they discussed how to apply digital transformation to the humanitarian sector. Recently I met with them in Palu after the Indonesia’s earthquake and in Beira, where they coordinated NGOs connectivity after cyclone Idai. NetHope is both an interface between the tech sector and non-profit community as well as a hard core field team deploying communication technology in disaster zones all over the world. Continue reading “NetHope provides connectivity to Venezuelan migrants in Colombia”