... International Disaster Information Network (IDIN)
conjunction with the Global
Preparedness & Response Network
Director of Research & Development
Resource Institute (UN:NGO:DESA)
Consortium Graduate Studies
for Medicine, Veterinary Medicine & Law
In The Spotlight
In 1999, Humanitarian
Resource institute initiated the IDIN project in
cooperation with the FEMA
Preparedness, Exercises & Training Directorate, building upon the
foundation established by the U.S. State
Department plans for a Global Disaster Information Network (GDIN)
the early 90's.
The IDIN global communication network included
leaders in approximately 200 United Nations member countries,
corporate, inter-governmental, non
governmental, community action, interfaith organizations and
radio and television networks). This resources were utilized
planning for the Year 2000 conversion.
response to the needs presented by FEMA, Humanitarian Resource
Institute established a rapid
response plan for (1) infrastructure analysis in each country, (2)
assessment of NGO's and relief organizational capacity to address the
size and scope of humanitarian needs, (3) the provision of data to
enhance the strategic planning, project development and allocation of
financial and inkind donations.
20 years of advocacy and policy development work through Humanitarian
Resource Institute (UN:NGO:DESA), the Humanitarian
Intervention Initiative (H-II) was established to support strategic
planning, development and stabilization of humanitarian emergencies
that were beyond the operational capacities of the United Nations,
non-governmental and relief organizations. This included optimization
of defense logistics and resource capabilities, as well as expanding
special protective forces for humanitarian operations, through H-II
social media, Humanitarian
Resource Institute specializes in research, identification of the
target audience and effective integration of resources such as
telecommunications, direct mail, newspaper, radio, television and
Internet to achieve our communications objective. Networks
The Humanitarian University Consortium (ProMED:ISID: Announcements
2003 (08): Humanitarian Univ. Consort.) was founded to
support the development of initiatives associated with economic,
social, cultural and humanitarian issues worldwide. Our mission
is to serve as (1) an
international community of scholars, (2) a bridge between Humanitarian
Institute and the international academic community, (3) a think tank in
support of the United Nations programs and (4) the promotion of higher
through both traditional and distance education.
radio and television, corporate, intergovernmental, non-governmental,
United Nations, community action and interfaith organizations in
approximately 195 countries.
networks (household level), corporate, municipal, state and federal
government, community action and interfaith organizations in
approximately 3100 United States Counties.
OPSEC Ground Zero: National Academy of Sciences
has recognized Humanitarian Resource Institute (HRI) as one of nine
leading educational and research institutions.
In The News
Crimes: Impacts on Global Humanitarian Operations - Defense
- Humanitarian Early
Warning Service (HEWS): Rome - As of 31 December 3:00
p.m.(GMT+1), the death toll from the Asian tsunami has passed 135,000.
than 5 million people are reported homeless with expectations that
these numbers will continue to rise. 26 December 2004:
Humanitarian Resource Institute International Disaster
Information Network activated .