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@RedCross presenting on how they can combine demographic and geospatial data to support disaster response. #RCView allows narratives on response effectiveness to be generated quickly. @mapaction @DFID_UK @DFID_Stats
This tweet perfectly demonstrates the way that incredible professional volunteers are integral to the work of @mapaction. I love that the organisation invests so heavily in training and resourcing them. Could hospices learn from this? #hpm https://t.co/3dpWB3VbpS
Advancing techniques for processing flood extent modelling; urban analysis using spatial analysis and system dynamics; and recalling magic MapAction moments (including briefing Hillary Clinton in your underwear) to welcome new Carribbean vols. A usual training weekend @mapaction 3
Dog friendly flood modelling training @mapaction training weekend!
Useful few days of learning as part of #SIMEX2019. Great opportunity to showcase the value of #geospatial to humanitarian and disaster response as part of @mapaction team within @UNOCHA but also working with partners from @Tearfund @UKISAR and @SERVE_ON 3