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* The [[Project/SahanaVM|Sahana Volunteer Management Project]] is part of the international [http://www.sahana.lk/ Sahana Project]. Sahana is a open source disaster management system developed in Sri Lanka and maintained by the [http://www.lsf.lk Lanka Software Foundation]. Sahana is a free and open source (FOSS) Disaster Management System (DMS). It is a web based collaboration tool that addresses the common coordination problems during a disaster from finding missing people, managing aid, managing volunteers, tracking camps effectively between government groups, the civil society (NGOs) and the victims themselves. The Trinity team built and maintains the Volunteer Management Module.
* The [[Project/SahanaVM|Sahana Volunteer Management Project]] is part of the international [http://www.sahana.lk/ Sahana Project]. Sahana is a open source disaster management system developed in Sri Lanka and maintained by the [http://www.lsf.lk Lanka Software Foundation]. Sahana is a free and open source (FOSS) Disaster Management System (DMS). It is a web based collaboration tool that addresses the common coordination problems during a disaster from finding missing people, managing aid, managing volunteers, tracking camps effectively between government groups, the civil society (NGOs) and the victims themselves. The Trinity team built and maintains the Volunteer Management Module.

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Active Development Projects
  • The Sahana Volunteer Management Project is part of the international Sahana Project. Sahana is a open source disaster management system developed in Sri Lanka and maintained by the Lanka Software Foundation. Sahana is a free and open source (FOSS) Disaster Management System (DMS). It is a web based collaboration tool that addresses the common coordination problems during a disaster from finding missing people, managing aid, managing volunteers, tracking camps effectively between government groups, the civil society (NGOs) and the victims themselves. The Trinity team built and maintains the Volunteer Management Module.
  • The OpenMRS Touchscreen Project is part of the international OpenMRS Project. OpenMRS is on open source medical record system, which was started in 2004 to help deliver health care in developing countries. OpenMRS is also a community of developers, implementers, and users working toward a shared and open foundation for managing health information. The Trinity team is building and maintaining the Touchscreen module.