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Standby Task Force/NetHope Deployment for Refugee Situation Updates
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Start:12:00 UTC December 6, 2015
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End:12:00pm UTC December 20, 2015
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Leads:Per Aarvik
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Contact us at:Ben Proctor
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coreteam@standbytaskforce.comJoyce Monsees
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Stuart Costello
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Coordinators:Valeria Villan
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Liz Duffell
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George Corea
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Steven Boyd
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Michal Bodnar
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Activator:"NetHope and its partners are providing critical connectivity along the migration routes and in camps to connect refugees to humanitarian services, find safe passage, and reach family and loved ones."
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NetHope is often part of the Emergency Telecommunications Cluster. They coordinate with their member partners to provide internet communication. They activated us for the Ebola Crisis.
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Purposes:
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Task1 - Central Repository:To create a central repository of information where ground responding agencies can find the most current data. This repository is being created so information can be updated and maintained for real-time situation awareness
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Task 2 - Rapid Response:To provide information as needed for NetHope representative Dagbjartur Brynjarsson (Dag) to pass on to ground teams on specific assignment. Dag will provide SBTF with locations (city, region etc) so we may research and report any refugee related information about that location including any registration centers, camps, NGOs working there and contact information.
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Communication for this deployment will be on Slack. There will be one main channel for everyone working the deployment.
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Information will be "pinned" to the right side column in the Slack room. Please see this instruction page if you need assistance with Slack. (https://standbytaskforce.slack.com/getting-started/users)
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Instructions for Central Repository - Tabs: "Facilities", "Organizations", "Social Media sites"
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Step 1The tabs "Facilities" "Organizations" and "Social Media sites" are to be supplied with information.
Please perform a Control F (for Windows) or Command F (for Macs) to see if your new information is already in the dataset you are working on.
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Step 2Use your online search skills to research current, information that helps refine our dataset.
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* Note: The online search skills course on the Ning will help you know how to conduct a successful search. If you have not completed the course, it is available here:
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http://standbytaskforce.ning.com/page/trainingmediamonitoring
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Step 3When you find current, data that is not already on the tabs Facilities, Organizations or Social Media Sites, please add it using as many entries necessary for each location.
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Instructions for Rapid Response
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This tab should be filled only with data that are specifically requested by NetHope. NetHope representatives will let us know if ground teams need specific information
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Please work on the Central Repository tab when we do not receive specific request from NetHope
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Step 1Check the Rapid Response requests on the NH Response Requests tab. It's a list of sites that are of interest of NetHope. Choose one of those places (check the priority status to know which are the most urgent ones) and start collecting athe most up to date information as possible related to that specific place
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Step 2Please perform a Control F (for Windows) or Command F (for Macs) to see if your new information is already on the Rapid Response sheet.
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Step 3When you find current, actionable data that is not already on the Rapid Response tab, please add it using as many entries necessary for each location. When you add a row in the Rapid Response tab, write that ID number in the "Column H" of the NH Response Request tab.
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Use the following instructions to help you complete the tab "Rapid Response
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Info IDYou can use the Info ID number (not row) if you want someone to look at your entry
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NH Sitrep TrackingNetHope will use this column to create reports. Please ignore this column
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Info From
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Volunteer InitialsPlease use the same initials that you used on the deployment sign up form
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Report publication date
This is important so we know if the information is current. If your data comes from social media, trace the information back to the original source
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Incident dateThis is often a different date than the date is was published. Follow the information to find the date of the incident
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Copy of the relevant information
To maintain accuracy, it is best to copy and paste whenever possible. Use the smallest amount of relevant data. Complete a new form for separate information even if it is from the same source.
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Information type
Remember that we need actionable data. If you find info that is important but does not fit one of these dropdown categories, please inform us.
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Type of sourceWho published this data? Remember to search for the original source whenever possible
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Source linkPlease paste the URL of the information source for verification and follow-up
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Country
We are focusing on 4 specific countries: Macedonia (FYROM), Serbia, Croatia and Greece. You may use the "Alternative" option if info about another country supplies actionable data for our 4 main countries
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Placename
Please choose the English language version of the placename. You may use http://www.geonames.org/ to help you find the English version. If the name is in the NH Site Request tab, please paste the name from there, not the map (this often has accents and local markings.)
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Lat, Long
Try to find the most precise latitude and longitude in decimal form. Our goal is building level whenever possible. Your lat/longs should have 7 digits to the right of the decimal.
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Location precisionPlease choose the option that shows the level of your latitude and longitude.
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Affected groupPlease complete this only if you know
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Number of affected peoplePlease complete this only if you know
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Needs of the affected people
Please choose only one option. If there is more than one need, please complete another form.
Note: WASH -Water and Sanitation Hygiene, NFI - Non Food Items
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Response to the need
Only complete this box if you know the name of the group responding to the need. It may be an NGO, government department, local volunteer group or individual
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Contact information for the responseWe are looking for the in-country contact information that the responders can use to coordinate their efforts.
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NotesUse this to expain more.
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