Transformative Progress in the Field
Field Ready closed 2016 on a strong note and aims to make 2017 equally positive. Our programs helped thousands of people through such initiatives as designing and manufacturing medical, water/sanitation and other useful devices in humanitarian situations, including 3D printed radio antennas and cast-molded cook stoves.
We also trained more than 400 people in our methods and approaches increasingly recognized for quality achievement.
Field Ready was recognized as one of the 'Top Five Innovations' at the World Humanitarian Summit (WHS).
Selected from among 1,300 programs worldwide, Field Ready was named one of the “100 most innovative nonprofits and social enterprises of 2016” by Classy.org.
Field Ready was nominated for a Global Grand Challenge award by Singularity University (SU) for contributions toward leading-edge technological innovations that push the boundaries of possibility in effective, efficient disaster response.
Field Ready was recognized by the Aid Forum as one of 2016’s “Inspiring Solutions That Save Lives & Support Development.”
Field Ready helped found the Geneva-based Global Humanitarian Lab (GHL) and launched a project called MakerNet to link manufacturing and makers worldwide.