Internationally Recognized Experts Join Sentinel Advisory Council

February 10, 2015 |

The Sentinel Project is pleased to announce the expansion of our advisory board. Patrick Meier is the Director of Social Innovation at Qatar Computing Research Institute and a luminary and leader in the application of new technologies for crisis-mapping, early warning, humanitarian response and resilience.  Patrick is working with the Sentinel Project’s Humanitarian UAV (Unmanned Aerial…

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Sentinel Focus: John Otunga Discusses How Rumours Lead To Violence

January 30, 2015 |

This Sentinel Focus feature highlights John Otunga, Project Co-ordinator for The Sentinel Project’s (https://thesentinelproject.org/) Una Hakika initiative. Una Hakika (Swahili for ‘Are you sure?’) is a program launched in 2013 to use telecommunications in Kenya’s violence-prone Tana Delta in order to counter misinformation which contributed to several massacres and heightened inter-communal tensions. John’s job involves…

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Sentinel Focus: Christine Mutisya’s Una Hakika Insights

January 8, 2015 |

This Sentinel Focus feature highlights Christine Mutisya, Project Co-ordinator for The Sentinel Project’s Una Hakika initiative. Una Hakika (Swahili for ‘Are you sure?’) is a program launched in 2013 to use telecommunications in Kenya’s violence-prone Tana Delta in order to counter misinformation which contributed to several massacres and heightened inter-communal tensions. Christine’s job involves managing…

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Support Peace This Holiday Season With Sentinel Gifts

December 8, 2014 |

The Sentinel Project has officially launched its Sentinel Gift feature.  This holiday season you can do your gift shopping and support the Sentinel Project at the same time.  Our gift catalog offers items you won’t find in any store.  Early warning drones, satellite imagery, the gift of education for residents of remote Kenyan villages and…

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Humanitarian Drones: Perceptions vs. Reality in Kenya’s Tana Delta

November 18, 2014 |

Writings on the subject of practical unmanned aerial system (UAS) applications in the humanitarian field have exploded in recent years, but actual, real-world applications have lagged far behind in large part because of unanswered questions about their use. What the field of humanitarian aerospace needs is an abundance of field active deployments or pilot projects…

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Sentinel Project Launches Humanitarian Aerospace Initiative

October 22, 2014 |

The Sentinel Project has launched its humanitarian aerospace initiative with plans to deploy ‘humanitarian drones’ in conflict zones around the world.  The long term goal is to demonstrate the value of overlapping multi-vehicle unmanned aerial systems for security, early warning, atrocity prevention and disaster response. Help support our endeavour by by voting for ‘Humanitarian Drones…

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Satellite Imagery for Humanitarian Purposes

October 14, 2014 |

Sentinel Project partners with Colorado-based non-profit Space United, allows supporters to directly contribute to ‘humanitarian aerospace’ goals. The public perception of satellite imagery often conjures up visions of high-tech military hardware or the cloak and dagger world of espionage and international intrigue.  But satellite imagery is a burgeoning field whose increasing economic accessibility offers unique…

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From the Sentinel Lab: Secure Transient Network Device

August 25, 2014 |

A central concept in the work of the Sentinel Project is the importance of security. Nowhere is this more relevant than ensuring the safety of individuals who work with us or contribute to our field operations. Because those who assist conflict prevention often face hostility and violence for their efforts it was important that they…

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The Sentinel Project Turns Six

August 8, 2014 |

  August 8th marks the Sentinel Project’s sixth year working to prevent atrocities and assisting threatened communities around the world through the use of technology.  We thank all of our supporters and partners without whom we could not have reached where we are now.  We would like to especially thank all the SP staff and…

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Kenya Situation of Concern – March 2014 Update

April 3, 2014 |

March has a seen a higher number of incidents compared to February, from deaths caused by outbreaks of violence to the prevention of a major terrorist attack. These incidents occurred in areas where violence has been previously reported. March witnessed a number of explosions which has raised concerns that these events are a prelude to…

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