Did you know that technology is becoming the backbone of everything in modern days? It is changing the world. It’s also changing the humanitarian world as we speak. In an evolving world, we are bound to adapt on a real-time basis. Due to technical innovations, the demand to make changes to itinerary arise. Real-time information received from the field leads to change in plans. We understand that this affects your traveling schedule and could change in just a matter of minutes. For us at Raptim, that’s ok.A better and faster way of giving aid Following a natural disaster, people from all over the world are looking to find information about the local developments in the affected region. They aim to help with rescue, giving aid and relief efforts. Technology, if integrated, can play a pivotal part in this process. Because of this, the American government encourages collaboration between tech and first responder communities. Encouraging collaboration within the broadest possible community helps to keep building resources that will benefit in dealing with humanitarian aid.But, tech development and advancement is not the only tool that can assist. Social media is also a powerful tool and of vital importance in keeping up-to-date humanitarian developments all around the world. Via Twitter and Facebook, people in an area affected by a disaster can tell their friends and family about the prevailing level of safety. And that’s just one of the many ways modern technology can be used. If you want to know more about this subject, Aidforum.org has been researching the top science and technology solutions that are saving lives in over 100 countries.