Aid organisation

When humanitarian crises strike, or development needs have been identified and validated, aid organisations need knowledge about the local conditions and social actors in order to plan and implement their aid activities.

Aid organisations need engagement with, and knowledge about the intended beneficiaries of their activities. A local public library as well as online Voluntary Stakeholder Reports (#2030VSR) could play a role in fostering such engagement and post-implementation, in maintaining the local knowledge and skill base for sustained outcomes of their interventions.

See #lib11 - Non-functional requirements (NFR) and #unds11 - Non-functional requirements (NFR) for an overview of the non-functional requirements for the initiatives. Some of these are particularly relevant to Aid organisation, across these and other initiatives. Some are specific to an initiative.


Ensure that content about projects is also available in the language of the communities served.

See #lib12 - Project Issues and #unds12 - Project issues for an overview of project issues of the initiatives. Some of these are particularly relevant to Aid organisation, across these and other initiatives. Some are specific to an an initiative.


By using #tagcoding tools and #tag2wiki aid organisations can substantially improve their communications both with the intended beneficiaries, local and national sector stakeholders, and philanthropic donors.