With the growing numbers of digital initiatives in the field of development and community organizations, the UN developed the principles for digital development. They are a set of guidelines designed to ensure ethical standards and efficiency. Learn how Homa Reto embraces these principles and is inspired by them.
Learn how Homa Reto actively works on decolonizing data by highlighting diverse knowledge through a participatory approach to governance.
Community centers, such as libraries have proven to be a vital part of crisis response and sustainable development. They provide a place for people to meet and allow dialogue. Yet, they often suffer from a lack of funding and recognition. Find out how Homa Reto is providing visibility and support to tackle this issue.
Historically, maps are a political practice. At Homa Reto we want to keep you informed, connected, and secure through our maps and community network. That is why our mapping practice is participatory, inclusive, green, and anti-colonial.
This is how we make our software human-centered.
First responders perform essential work during disasters and health crises. However, they are facing increasing violence and lack protection and supply of resources. Homa Reto is committed to support local and national first responders, as well as encourage and coordinate partnerships through our social media features.
The emergence of disasters tends to increase the vulnerability of women and people of discriminated gender. These experiences of violence are not individual, they are systemic. With our philosophy of inclusion, we aim to combat gendered violence and celebrate the contribution of diversity and vulnerability in envisioning a sustainability.
COVID-19 brought new challenges to many countries, but it also opened up ways for local communities to take leadership roles. Once example are the cyclones in the Pacific Islands. The Homa Reto software can organize local humanitarian action and map needs and resources for better emergency response.