Tag: Drone Corridor

Jane Goodall Institute staff launch a drone to map forests in the Republic of the Congo’s Tchimpounga Nature Reserve. ©Jeffrey Kerby

When Help Is Delivered From the Sky

The original story was published in the June 2017 issue of the National Geographic. Written by Nina Strochlic. View the original story here.  No longer just a military tool, drones are responding to natural disasters, aiding conservation, and delivering life-saving aid. Recently, more aid and service organizations are harnessing the opportunities […]

Flying high over Malawi: My time working with drones

Flying high over Malawi: My time working with drones

The original story was published in medium.com/unicef_malawi on 16 March 2017. View the original article here. This written reflection is by Matthias Boyen, a UN Volunteer working as HIV/AIDS support project officer with UNICEF Malawi. Living and working in Malawi has always been exciting. As a student in conflict and development, […]

UNICEF Humanitarian Drone Testing Corridor FAQ

UNICEF Humanitarian Drone Testing Corridor FAQ

For academia, international organisations, civil society organisations, and drone companies interested in more information: Please fill out this form and we will contact you when applications become available in early 2017. What does UNICEF want to do with UAS or drones? UNICEF responded to close to 300 emergencies in 2015 […]