CrisisNET has been shut down as of 2018. The CrisisNET API is no longer running. This page is maintained only for archival purposes.
CrisisNET finds, formats and exposes crisis data in a simple, intuitive structure that’s accessible anywhere. Now developers, journalists and analysts can skip the days of tedious data processing and get to work in minutes with only a few lines of code.
Focus on what you care about: visualizations, analysis & building the next amazing crisis app.
Our API is designed for blazing speed and maximum flexibility.
We give you the power to search, refine and filter massive amounts of information into a single stream of curated crisis data. Using a straightforward REST interface, you can retrieve exactly what you need using your favorite programming language with only a few lines of code.