Priority 2: Strengthening disaster risk governance to manage disaster risk

Disaster risk governance at the national, regional and global levels is very important for prevention, mitigation, preparedness, response, recovery, and rehabilitation. It fosters collaboration and partnership.

 

UN‐SPIDER Technical Advisory Mission (TAM)

After the TAM was conducted in Myanmar, innovative impacts were completed following a recommendation. “
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Satellite-based Emergency Mapping Guidelines

The guidelines will be reviewed and updated periodically, in order to integrate new best practices and to be responsive to evolutions in technology and end-user needs. The IWG-SEM chair has the responsibility to initiate the review, by agreement of the Working Group. 

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Tackling vulnerability through Index-Based Flood Insurance (IBFI)

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Policy Options for Improved Drought Resilience in Africa

 

 

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Watching from Space Agricultural Drought Worldwide – using the FAO-ASIS (Agricultural Stress Index System)

The Agricultural Stress Index System (ASIS) is based on 10-day (dekadal) satellite data, of vegetation and land surface temperatures, from the METOP-AVHRR sensor at 1 km resolution.

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Copernicus Emergency Management Service (CEMS) – A European Union Concrete Tool to Disaster Risk Reduction in the World

CEMS is a core service of the European Union’s Earth Observation programme Copernicus.

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