The German Agency for International Cooperation or (GIZ) is an international enterprise owned by the German Federal Government, operating in many fields across more than 130 countries.
The mission of the Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry is to realize the potential of the agricultural, water and forestry sectors towards the promotion of an efficient and sustainable soci
The Directorate exists to develop a functional national disaster risk reduction system that minimizes community vulnerability to hazards and effectively manages the impact of disasters within the c
Focal Point: Mr. Joerg Szarzynski
Phone: +49 228 815 0677
During the response phase the UN-SPIDER team directly supports disaster-stricken countries by ensuring access to the “International Charter Space and Major Disasters” and other existing
In addition to the Charter activation UN-SPIDER is involved in a range of activities to provide further supplemental information, data and imagery to the affected countries in the region.
Following a range of activities - such as activations of the International Charter Space and Major Disasters in 2008 and 2009, a Technical Advisory Mission in February 2009, a technical expert meet
Guido Van Langenhove. Experiences with space technology in management of 2009 floods in northern Namibia, - the user perspective. Hydrological Services Namibia
Joachim Post. Contribution to the Disaster Management SensorWeb Pilot Project – a longer-term perspective.German Aerospace Center
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