4c-challenge

Satellite communication for disaster management

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During this session, presentations and discussions on

The International Network of Crisis Mappers

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Jen Ziemke, Co-Founder, International Network of Crisis Mappers

The Network

The DLR Center for Satellite based Crisis Information (ZKI): Current status and considerations for the future

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Harald Mehl, Head of Unit - Civil Crisis Information and Geo Risk, German Aerospace Center (DLR)

Stefan Voigt, Senior Researcher / Teamleader "Humanitarian Relief & Civil Security", German Aerospace Center (DLR)

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48

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11

The UN-SPIDER SpaceAid Framework

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David Stevens, Programme Coordinator, United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs, United Nations Platform for for Disaster Management and

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48

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16

Overview of the flood situation in West Africa in 2010: the role of spatial information management

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Abdoulaye Dieye, GIS Officer, United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, Regional Office for West and Central Africa (UNOCHA/ROWCA)

Context

Since 2007, the flood situation in West Africa is becoming more and more recurrent and the impact on the population and infrastructures is becoming more severe.

 

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15

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International support mechanisms and the SpaceAid Framework

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This session aimed at discussing the strengthening of the international coordination with regard to access to existing mechanisms that provide to support

The 4C-Challenge: Communication - Coordination - Cooperation - Capacity Development

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Image credits: Background: Fabian Selg. From top left to bottom right: 1, 2, 3, 5, 6: UN-SPIDER. 4, 9: NASA. 7:Türksat. 8: DLR.

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Introduction by the Board of Editors

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51

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7

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