Sahana Deployments in Nepal
There are currently 3 different deployments of Sahana being used in Nepal, and a new deployment for the 2015 earthquake.
We now have a configured version of Sahana hosted by the Sahana Software Foundation here:
This site is be open to any organization responding to the earthquake in Nepal. Members of the Nepal open source community are administering the site, and uploading relevant data. Organizations interested in using the site (e.g. for personnel and volunteer coordination, resource management and logistics, mapping,...) should send a mail to:
Technical people wanting to help develop the platform can join the mailing list here:
There is a demo site for people to explore and try out:
Anyone can log in here with: firstname.lastname@example.org password: testing
NOTE: All data on the demo site will be periodically wiped, so it is fine to enter test data, but don't add anything you need to keep.
Requirements for the site are being discussed here:
National Emergency Operation Center
The National Emergency Operation Center (NEOC) of the Ministry of Home Affairs deployed Sahana in 2013 with the support of United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). NEOC deployed Sahana for Incident Reporting, Assessments, Training and Asset Management
The Sahana community is working with NEOC to support their use of Sahana in response to the April 2015 Nepal Earthquake.
Red Cross Resource Management System (RMS)
RMS (a configured deployment of Sahana) is being used by the [www.nrcs.org/ Nepal Red Cross Society]. For more information see: Deployments/IFRC