#Anti-Pandemic Best practices for pandemic crisis management covering all social, environmental and economic sectors
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“Overcoming Pandemics” is an open-source repository of best practices that have been used and proved by governments, private organizations, knowledge centers and civil society to face problems associated with new pandemics like COVID-19.
Because not all countries nor organizations have responded similarly, having a single place to review and copy good open-sourced ideas makes a huge difference for faster and better adaptation, thus protecting human lives, the environment and local economies in the global scale.
This repository starts from the belief that the three main reasons societies are not prepared to encounter pandemics are:
- Lack of know-how on counter measures;
- Not realizing that there is already available tested knowledge to imitate instead of creating from scratch;
- Lack of knowing that there are available funds to get these best practices done.
Thus, to overcome these obstacles you will find in this single site an inventory of tested open-sourced initiatives with an interactive space to self-coordinate, share insights and as well, a fundraising tool soon to come.
In this section, at the bottom you will find a list of innovative initiatives that are or have been used to face different problems associated with pandemic crisis management. The initiatives are filtered by the following categories:
- Public Services
- Social Life and Entertainment
- Food Supplies
As well, you can filter them by:
- Area: to select Country of origin; and
- Type of initiator (Civil Society, Government, Private Organizations or Universities).
Clicking on each initiative will lead to an independent interface with a brief presentation of its characteristics, a justification of why it is innovative and could be sustainable beyond the crisis, a link to its original website (if there is one) or an email to get in contact with the authors.
You can save your favorite initiatives by clicking the “Support” button, Get updates of them by clicking the “Follow” one, Show to others that you are interested to carry out it and thus self-organize with other interested people by clicking the "Endorse" button, Share the initiative in your social networks, Participate on the commentary section with your own opinion as well as Validating the initiative by voting it.
Check them out ;)