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A Website and Weblog about Topics and Issues discussed in the book
Smart Mobs: The Next Social Revolution by Howard Rheingold

Tool to Report Acts of Violence in Kenya
January 11th, 2008

Ushahidi.com is a tool for people who witness acts of violence in Kenya in these post-election times. “You can report the incident that you have seen, and it will appear on a map-based view for others to see. We are working with local Kenyan NGO’s to get information and to verify each incident

What you can do is get the word out about Ushahidi so that it’s utilized to it’s full potential. This especially extends to talking to the people that you know who have seen things in Kenya and getting them to the site as well. You can also help by using the contact form to volunteer to help with the tracking and verifying of each incident.


Report Acts Of Violence In Kenya

[Thank you Patrick Meier from Harvard, for submitting this link !!]




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