We are working together with some awesome partners who are volunteering their time, ideas, and services to help us engage all of Egyptian society to create an environment that does not tolerate sexual harassment.
Cairo University is the first public university in Egypt to implement a anti-sexual harassment policy and we have worked closely with them to implement the policy and to train faculty and staff, and its Anti Harassment Unit.
Goethe Institute partners with us in arranging and hosting events at their premises and in supporting our work in other ways.
NGO Jobs partners with us to spread the word about volunteer openings and other opportunities at HarassMap.
MegaKheir (TA Telecom) provides our SMS short code 6069 and the automated response service, for free.
Nazra for Feminist Studies is a feminist group that provides legal and psychological support to survivors of different forms of sexual assaults who contact us.
NiJeL developed our Ushahidi and Frontline SMS system for us for free, and donated a flip video camera. Special thanks to Justin Kiggins for telling us about these platforms and for his years of technical help!
Sharkawy and Sarhan Law Firm is providing us with free legal advice and support.
Ushahidi is the open-source platform through which we receive and map our reports. Their staff helps with technical advice and connections to volunteer developers. They also advise the groups who contact us to replicate HarassMap on setting up their systems.
Zabatak provides us with invaluable web development and Ushahidi support.
Several HarassMap staff members are also members of Operation Anti-Sexual Harassment and Assault (OpAntiSH).