Beehive is an open-source initiative launched by former United Nations staff bringing humanitarian organizations, tech volunteers and supporters together to work on vastly improving humanitarian crowdfunding.

Beehive team members are focusing on working out how to build and power tomorrow’s intelligent, open-data-driven humanitarian crowdfunding applications vitally needed today by humanitarian organizations.

Behind the scenes, Beehive is tackling how developers can plug into streaming aid activity data, reported by organizations in compliance with the IATI Standard, and power their enterprise-grade applications

Next, Beehive is building its own humanitarian crowdfunding platform to solve and model how advanced new IATI-data-driven crowdfunding applications can function and optimally and serve the humanitarian community

On the side, Beehive is taking responsibility for developing datasets needed to train artificial intelligent applications how to process aid activity information to answer queries about operations informing giving

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