At ACAPS we have just released the 1.2 version of our CrisisAlert app. Bugs identified have been successfully fixed along with an improvement in the notifications system. One can now follow all countries in one click and find our methodology explanation (by pressing on “i”) among other improvements.

app_feedback_april_2018.jpgThe CrisisAlert app, considered by some as "one of the most useful humanitarian apps around", allows you to follow the humanitarian crises of your interest and get notified as and when the situation changes.

Just like in our website, the CrisisAlert app also provides a ranking of severity as well as an up-to-date multisectoral analysis for each crisis among other analytical resources (special reports, thematic notes, technical briefs, etc).

"With its accessible round-up of information and analysis, the new ACAPS CrisisAlert app enables the humanitarian community to plan better responses for the affected population", stated Jan Egeland, NRC Secretary General.

Access to ACAPS latest humanitarian updates from the CrisisAlert app has no limits. Even in remote areas or on the place to the next crisis, ACAPS content can be checked due to the offline option. 

Help us spread the word! Rate our app and share your feedback on Google Play or Apple Store. 

Download the new ACAPS CrisisAlert app for: Android or IOS.

More information on the CrisisAlert app: http://acapscrisisalertapp.acaps.org/

MEDIA CONTACT

Caroline Draveny, Communications Manager 
cd@acaps.org
+41 79 763 05 66

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