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International Training Course on Drought Monitoring and Assessment using Space Technology

Hora y duración
Ciudad: 
Beijing
Información básica
Fecha: 
18/09/2014 - 22/09/2014
Lugar: 
Beihang Training centre, Beihang University
País: 
China P. Rep.
Organizadores del evento: 

UN-SPIDER and the National Disaster Reduction Centre of China (NDRCC)

Idioma del evento: 
English
Detalles del entrenamiento
Tipo de entrenamiento evento: 
Evento de entrenamiento
Training Target Audience: 
The training is organised for the benefit of the countries supported by UN-SPIDER through its technical advisory support services.
Is a certificate Issued?: 
No certificate issued or not known

The UN-SPIDER Beijing Office and the National Disaster Reduction Centre of China are jointly organising the “International training course on Drought Monitoring and Assessment using Space-bas

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China - International Training Course

Photo: FAO/Giulio Napolitano

As a follow up to Technical Advisory Missions (TAM) that the UN-SPIDER programme had conducted in Asian and African countries, this training course was organized.

Fecha: 
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Title of Training: 
Space technology for drought monitoring in Africa and Asia
Target Group: 
20 officials from eight African countries (Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Nigeria and Sudan) and officials from five countries from the Asia-Pacific region (Fiji, Indonesia, Lao People’s Democratic Republic, Samoa and Viet Nam) took part in the training course.
Training Profile: 
The objective of the training course was to strengthen the capacity of national agencies in the use of space-based technologies for drought monitoring and assessment. The training included comprehensive hands-on sessions based on data sets (satellite images) prepared for Africa and Asia. The main topics were drought management and space technology; satellite data processing and spatial-temporal analysis; space technology applications for drought risk assessment; and space technology applications for drought monitoring and loss assessment.
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