UN training in Indonesia
The current outbreak of #ebola in #DRC is a large and very complex emergency. Many organisations are responding. @UNOCHA is working with others on coordination. One of many requirements is to better understand population distribution & density.
This week, we're back in #Kazakhstan continuing our collaboration with #CentralAsia's Center for Emergency Situations & Disaster #Risk Reduction.
We're training #emergency responders from #Shymkent, #Kyzylorda, #Turkestan & #Jambyl in #GIS, #mapping & #datamanagement
Another can't-miss session at URISA's #CaribbeanGIS 2019 conference: Data for Disaster Response: https://t.co/P2A806CGfa This one features @TylerSRadford @hotosm and Alan Mills from @mapaction
#WHD2019 remembering all humanitarians who have worked in support of the men, women,children caught up in conflict/disaster. Huge thanks to the @mapaction volunteers who serve, and a personal thanks to the many #WomenHumanitarians who have inspired, challenged, advised, listened
This promises to be interesting!
MapAction's Alan Mills & Sudesh Botha will be sharing insights on Developing GIS Responses to Caribbean Emergencies and Data for Disaster Response, with colleagues from @hotosm and @cdemacu