Winning the NetSquared Challenge

I just realized that it’s been 2 days since we won the NetSquared challenge and I forgot to post that here at the Ushahidi blog. My apologies. You can, however, see my original post on my own personal blog on our surprise and happiness about this turn of events. (Photo by Schipulites) The response from […]

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The Ushahidi Engine in South Africa

The Ushahidi engine is now being used to track reports of xenophobia in South Africa at a site called United for Africa. This is the first instance of the tool being used outside of Kenya, so we were happy to get the website up and running in just 36 hours. David did a crack job […]

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Ushahidi: Thank you!!

During the month of March we appealed for your help with Ushahidi’s entry into the N2Y3 Mashup challenge. It is with your support that we are delighted to announce Ushahidi’s participation in the last phase of the mapping challenge. We could not have made it without you and we sincerely Thank each and every one […]

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Some Ushahidi Updates

The team behind Ushahidi (Ory, David, Juliana and myself) have all been quite busy over the last couple weeks. Here’s a quick rundown of what we’ve been up to. Juliana, David and myself met about a week ago to discuss what an Ushahidi 2.0 might look like. We’re exploring creating a free, open source version, […]

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