Humanitarian icons to help developers present information about emergencies and crises. When a disaster strikes, it is vital that all the different humanitarian agencies and workers can gather accurat
Humanitarian Icons (Unofficial) library contains about 300+ icons.
-- NOTICE: NOT affiliated with the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs!
The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian affairs OCHA has created a set of 500 freely available humanitarian icons to help relief workers present information about emergencies and crises quickly and simply.
When a disaster strikes, it is vital that all the different humanitarian agencies and workers can gather accurate information about the locations and needs of the people affected and who is best placed to help them. This creates an urgent need for complex information to be presented in a way that everyone can understand, as quickly as possible.
-- NOTE: Recently, I have been working a flutter app for emergency responders and have worked on health apps in the past so I thought this kind of library would help me and my fellow flutter developers to create their beautiful apps so here we are, I hope you like it and use it!
The easiest way to use this library is as following:
import 'package:humanitarian_icons/humanitarian_icons.dart'; ... child: Icon( HumanitarianIcons.ambulance, size: 35.0, ), ...
For full example checkout example/ app which display all icons in a gallery format.
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Icon Images: “Source: OCHA”.