Robots to the Rescue

The thought of a piece of robotic-looking scrap metal the size of a dinner plate approaching you over the horizon is[...]

3 Silicon Valley Giants Innovating in the Humanitarian Sector

The continuous innovation that races through Silicon Valley affects lives on a global scale. But this mecca of tech[...]

Inspired Impact Interview with Stephanie Cox

  INSPIRED IMPACT is an ongoing blog series that gives voice to social entrepreneurs and leaders of[...]

Built in Colorado: The Level Market is Revolutionizing The Humanitarian Aid Industry

Built in Colorado is a rapidly growing online community that publishes news about Colorado start up[...]

8 Key Steps To Zero-Based Design for Development Programs

Definition: starting from scratch to create innovative products and services tailored for the very poor, armed with[...]

Customs Brokers & Duties For Humanitarian Supplies

Organizing humanitarian aid and coordinating transportation is a big job without worrying about customs and duties.[...]

3 Women’s Health & Wellness Supplies For Your Humanitarian Program

Women in developing nations lack basic health care and face life-debilitating and life-threatening health issues.[...]

Emergency Shelters: There’s No Place Like Home

With more than 60 million people displaced by internal conflict, post-disaster emergency shelters are in high[...]

Under a Mosquito Net on World Malaria Day

On World Malaria Day, we urge you to think about how the simple act of sleeping under a bed net can reduce the rate[...]

Celebrate Earth Day with 5 Products that Make the World a Better Place

Today marks the 47th annual Earth Day. We celebrate the ability of science and technology to help protect the planet[...]

Podcast: Mike Saunders Interviews The Level Market’s Founder

Stephanie Cox is an operator and survivor. She has a proven history leading technology and consumer goods companies[...]

Solutions That Save Lives & Support Development

What better way to use the power of technology than to create solutions that save lives. Technology is on the[...]

Ready-to-Use-Food: Combating the Effects of Malnutrition

  Coverage of the famine in South Sudan and ongoing food shortages in Somalia, Nigeria, and Yemen is reaching[...]

Refugee Stats And The Supplies Needed

Millions of refugees around the world are looking for a safe place to stay – simply for a fighting chance to[...]

World Water Day: Water Tablets, Filters, Bags and Buckets

There are hundreds of pivotal needs that humanitarian aid suppliers struggle to fill every day. At the top of the[...]

Creative Female Innovators in Humanitarian Aid

On International Women’s Day, we’ve been reminiscing about the profound positive impact of creative[...]

How to Evaluate Solar-Powered Humanitarian Supplies

Energy is one aspect of our quality of life that doesn’t get enough attention. It’s something that so many of us[...]

Diginomica: The Level Market is Tech for Social Good

Reporter Cath Everett from Diginomica examines how technology is being used for social good around the world. She[...]

10 Humanitarian Engineering Schools You Should Know

Humanitarian programs at some of the top schools in the U.S. are gaining in popularity. We’ve compiled a list of[...]

7 Things to Consider When Choosing a Freight Forwarder for Aid Supplies

If you’re new to the process (or more appropriately, the ordeal) of international shipping, then you may not yet[...]

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