3 Ways Nepalis Are Using Crowdsourcing to Aid in Quake Relief

3 Ways Nepalis Are Using Crowdsourcing to Aid in Quake Relief

The New York Times writes, "In the wake of the 7.8 magnitude earthquake that hit their country over the weekend, many Nepalis at home and abroad have found a new way to help — as digital volunteers, spending hours hunched over their laptops, using crowdsourcing technologies and social platforms to participate in the relief effort. Here are three examples of initiatives led by Nepalis to assist their countrymen as they try to rebuild, using open-source mapping, crowdfunding and crowdsourcing, and how experts see the effort." Read the full article on the NY Times here.

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