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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.

The snapshot:

  • 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.

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Field Ready is a non-profit, non-governmental organization. We aim to meet humanitarian need by transforming logistics through technology, innovative design and engaging people in new ways. We do this by working with a variety of partners and helping to build people's resilience. We are a charity registered in a number of countries. In the US, as a 501c3, gifts are deductible to the full extent allowable under IRS regulations.   

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