Beehive is an open-source initiative launched by former United Nations staff bringing humanitarian organizations, tech volunteers and supporters together to solve and model how to vastly improve humanitarian crowdfunding.
Beehive is focusing on supporting the development new IATI-data-driven applications. IATI is an open data sharing framework used by humanitarian organizations
Beehive’s Humanitarian Exchange Server (HXS) will provide developers with a robust, enterprise-grade server to use to plug into IATI’s data stream
Beehive is building the world’s first IATI-data-driven humanitarian crowdfunding application to solve and model how streaming aid activity data can be put to use
Beehive is also taking responsibility for working out how artificial intelligent applications can process IATI data to answer humanitarian queries
MetaDesign, ESRI, Salesforce, Twilio, Atlassian, Database Labs, Wagon, Postico, Skillgravity, Mightybell, Aha, Launcht, Zendesk, Breezy, VolunteerMatch, OnGood, Humanitarian ID, Veridu, Empowerment WORKS, Tableau, Datameer