Technical Advisory Missions

A Technical Advisory Mission (TAM) is conducted to identify the needs of a Member State regarding its capacity to fully take advantage of space-based information. As an inter-institutional fact-finding mission, it is officially requested by the respective national government and is carried out by a team of experts that UN-SPIDER gathers. Typically, TAMs are one-week long missions. The expert team meets with key disaster management and development authorities in the Government, United Nations organizations, regional and international organizations/initiatives and private entrepreneurs to discuss the use of space-based information for risk and disaster management in depth and to subsequently make recommendations on improvements.

Burkina Faso, 2008 Read more
Cameroon, 2011 Read more
Cape Verde, 2012 Read more
Mozambique, 2012 Read more
Namibia, 2009 Read more
Sudan, 2011 Read more
Togo, 2009 Read more
Bangladesh, 2011 Read more
Fiji, 2009 Read more
Maldives, 2010 Read more
Myanmar, 2012 Read more
Sri Lanka, 2011 Read more
Vietnam, 2013 Read more
Latin America/Caribbean
Dominican Republic, 2010 Read more
Ecuador, 2009 Read more
Guatemala, 2010 Read more
Jamaica, 2009 Read more