The Hive is an Innovation Lab at USA for UNHCR. Founded in 2015, The Hive’s mission is to engage with the American public to raise awareness about refugees and design solutions that address their needs through technology and the data science process.
USA for UNHCR announces members of the 2023 Hive Advisory Board, comprised of technology and data experts and leaders in business, government, higher education, philanthropy and the nonprofit sector.
The Hive partnered with Microsoft Philanthropies to identify and expand research opportunities where artificial intelligence (AI) could be applied in the global refugee crisis.
The Hive, USA for UNHCR's innovation lab, works to design tools to connect resettled refugees with critical services to help them on their path to self-sufficiency.
USA for UNHCR’s innovation lab, The Hive, hosted a hackathon in partnership with the Parsons School of Design to highlight the challenges refugees face with respect to water accessibility.
On Saturday, October 26th, nearly eighty east coast architects gathered at the New Lab in Brooklyn to put their design and engineering skills to the test and #HackABetterWorld for refugees. Hosted by The Hive, USA for UNHCR’s innovation lab, the hackathon focused on designing shelter solutions for refugees that could be implemented under the constraints of a refugee camp.
USA for UNHCR helps and protects refugees and people displaced by violence, conflict and persecution.
USA for UNHCR was honored with the 2019 ANA Genius Awards in the “Data and Analytics Growth” category.
The Data Advisory Board will work to advance USA for UNHCR’s data capabilities and capacity to engage new audiences and build support for refugees in the U.S.
On Friday, October 18th, data scientists, designers and students came together to #HackABetterWorld for refugees.
The Data Advisory Board works to advance USA for UNHCR’s data capabilities and capacity to engage new audiences and build support for refugees in the U.S.
From July 27 - 29, USA for UNHCR virtually participated in Microsoft’s Hack for Good with fourteen volunteers from across Microsoft.
USA for UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, announced a campaign to improve shelter and protection for refugees living in camps around the world by harnessing the power of satellite imagery and machine learning.
On Friday November 2, over eighty data scientists, students, engineers and people from across the globe gathered in San Francisco to #HackABetterWorld for refugees.
Through the universal language of computer programing, I can collaborate with refugees to help them solve the most pressing issues in their lives.