Humanitarian, private sector and government organisations that have an interest in humanitarian assistance, and can commit to making a positive contribution to technology in emergency response, can become partners of the Emergency Telecommunications Cluster (ETC). 

ETC partnership is open to all Inter-Agency Standing Committee (IASC) associated organisations. 

Non-IASC members can send an e-mail to Global.ETC@wfp.org to discuss the process for becoming an ETC partner. ETC recently endorsed a new partnership model, and has developed a partner onboarding process which is currently under review. More information about the new partnership model and onboarding process will follow in due course. 

ETC Members make a difference in ICT emergency response. Photo: WFP/ Mariko Hall
ETC Members make a difference in ICT emergency response. Photo: WFP/ Mariko Hall
 

Make a difference in ICT emergency response

To be an ETC partner the organisation must:

  • Have an interest in humanitarian assistance
  • Support the achievement of the mandate of the ETC
  • Actively participate in or contribute to ETC activities at the global and local levels.

 

ETC Partners

ETC Partners