wiki:Deployments/Philippines/Haiyan

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Haiyan Typhoon Response

Long-term Deployments

There are 2 long term Eden deployments in the Philippines:

Response Deployment

As well as supporting these instances, we are setting up a new instance with IOSN for Civil Society:

This is NOT in production yet and NOT ready for public dissemination yet.

I am just reworking the focus of the site.

We currently have 2 use cases for the Response phase:

  • "I want to give money or goods, where can I find one nearest me to give it to?"
    • for the General Public
  • "Matching demand with supply within a controlled vetted environment."
    • for the National Association of Transport Cooperatives and Organizations (NATTCO) have network members who are in the disaster zone and also members who wish to help out.

The site may evolve over time to add new use cases & will hopefully evolve into a longer-term Preparedness site like NYC Prepared

Needs

Designer

Work on a nice frontpage design. At a first guess, I think we want 3 big buttons on the front:

  • Donate Money
    • Provides a listing of Relief Organisations with links to Website (Avoid Phonelines, and especially Bank Accounts, to reduce fraud...leave these to the host org's website)
  • Donate Goods
    • Asks for Location & shows Drop-off points closest to them
  • Donate Time
    • Remote support?
      • YES: Provides a listing of opportunities
      • No: Shows Volunteer locations closest to them

Data

Red Cross are interested in this data:

  • Census data from http://www.census.gov.ph/statistics/quickstat on e.g. Unemployed
    • would be great to download all these XLS & bring into a single XLS file ready for import into Eden
  • Damage Assessments: dead, missing, houses destroyed, people affected…
    • would be great to pull this from OneResponse & Virtual OSOCC & bring into a single XLS file ready for import into Eden

Testing

There will be some new code developed so some manual test cases which can be automated would be great

Documentation

Perhaps we could have a simple User Guide created for the site...e.g. to be added in Help on the site

Ideas can be pulled from:

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