Making a difference in ICT emergency response
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.
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.
Please read our guide, How to become an ETC Partner.
Click on the image to view our timeline of partner activities in the past year: