Humanitarian Operations And Health

Humanitarian aid is the provision of financial, material and technical assistance to people in need. Short-term aid is usually given until long-term assistance from governments and other organizations kicks in.
This type of aid is provided to the homeless, refugees and victims of natural disasters, wars and famine.

Case Studies

The studies below showcase the results obtained with the help of EOSDA technologies. Review them to find the solution for your needs. Request a demo to see how it works. If you can’t find what you need, contact us and we’ll assist you!

Monitoring of Security Threats

To be properly prepared for emergencies and response operations it is essential to have quick and convenient access to accurate and up-to-date information.

High-resolution satellite images contain valuable information for emergency preparations, risk assessment, damage evaluation and post-disaster clear-up operations.

EOSDA’s functionality can help humanitarian aid officials to:

  • plan evacuation operations;
  • plan emergency aid;
  • evaluate damage;
  • manage reconstruction operations.

There are six key areas of activity, listed below by degree of importance and priority:

  • Search and rescue search and rescue icon
  • Provision of shelter provision of shelter icon
  • Provision of food provision of food icon
  • Supply
    of drinking water
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  • Medical and social support medical and social support icon
  • Protection against
    violence and intimidation
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Planning of Humanitarian Aid

Based on data provided by the EOSDA, humanitarian services can increase the effectiveness of the assessment of extreme situations for the preparation of accurate assistance plans for victims. These plans must also be constantly updated.

EOSDA offers a wide spectrum of functionality for humanitarian aid organizations:

  • Detection
    and monitoring
    of drought zones
  • Forecasting
    of epidemics
    and diseases
  • Forecasting
    of air quality
  • Maps of humanitarian
    aid and disaster zones
  • Assessment
    of pressure
    on the population,
    population migration
  • Monitoring of water
    use during planting
    and farm irrigation
  • Monitoring
    of settlements
  • Detection
    of security
  • Monitoring
    of humanitarian
    and camps