The UNEP Global Environmental Alert Service (GEAS) has launched an in-depth report focusing on
UN-SPIDER highlights the growing importance and value of crowdsource mapping for disaster and disaster-risk management in an article f
Télécoms Sans Frontières (TSF) is supporting the work of the UN and NGOs in the Sahel region through the installation of satellite connections and communication centres.
The IG-EPN is the main research centre in Ecuador for the diagnosis and monitoring of seismic and volcanic hazards.
The Ecuadoran Secretariat for Risk Management is the Governmental institution that is concerned with risk reduction and emergency and disaster management.
The NDMO was established to facilitate, coordinate and manage national disaster risk reduction and disaster management activities to enhance the provisions of a safer and more secure Fiji.
The Sri Lankan Disaster Management Centre (DMC) will release the latest hazard maps in December.
In recent years, Guatemala has been affected by a variety of natural hazards including tropical storms, landslides, droughts and volcanic eruptions.
A massive cyclone with wind velocity 62 m/sec accompanied by a storm surge 6-9 m in height struck Bangladesh in 1970, killing an estimated 500,000 people.
Bangladeshi Comprehensive Disaster Management Programme The Comprehensive Disaster Management Programme is a project led by the Ministry of Food and Disaster Management of Bangladesh.
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