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Philippines: Government develops disaster early warning system

Satellite image shows floods in the Philippines

The Department of Science and Technology of the Philippines has developed an early warning system in order to keep the public informed of possible storm surges floods or landslides.

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Publishing Date: 
jue, 06/02/2014 - 13:41
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3rd Regional Training Course on End-to-End Multi Hazards Early Warning Systems

Hora y duración
Fecha límite de inscripción: 
jue, 13/02/2014
Ciudad: 
Phuket
Información básica
Fecha: 
03/03/2014 - 07/03/2014
País: 
Thailand
Organizadores del evento: 

Asian Disaster Preparedness Center

Co-organizadores: 

Internationally experienced practitioners and experts from ADPC and other partner organizations will conduct and facilitate the EWS course.

Idioma del evento: 
English
Detalles del entrenamiento
Tipo de entrenamiento evento: 
Evento de entrenamiento
Training Target Audience: 
The course is aimed at senior level disaster managers and development workers, including officials of national and provincial governments, extension officers, defense forces, emergency services, staff of training institutes, institutions of public administration, national and international NGOs, IFRC/ICRC, UN agencies and the private sector.
Is a certificate Issued?: 
No certificate issued or not known
Training Requirements: 

Participants who have considerable measure of responsibilities in the area of disaster mitigation, preparedness, response, recovery and disaster management policy will gain the most from the curriculum. Some early warning background is desirable, but not essential.

Training Tuition: 
2,000.00 USD
Tuition Remarks: 

The standard course fee of US$2,000 covers course tuition, training materials, single accommodation with breakfast (6 nights), two break refreshments & lunch (Monday-Friday) during the training, and study visits. Participants will be responsible for their own travel expenses and arrangements, airport transfers, visa application, lunch on weekends, all dinners, health/accident insurance, and other personal expenses.

Participants who wish to seek own accomodation can choose an alternative course fee package of US$1575.

The course offers to build the capacity of professionals to design, manage, evaluate and undertake improvements in people centred end-to-end early warning systems for hydro-meteorological & geo

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Pakistan: Building flash flood resilience in mountainous regions

As flash floods hit Pakistan in February and caused damage over a wide area which also killed 29 people in various area in Peshawar, ICIMOD, the International Centre for Integrated Mountain Develop

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lun, 11/03/2013 - 08:59
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New Way to Map Drought and Water Use

Every month, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) Center for Climate Prediction has a drought briefing by teleconference to identify the latest drought areas in North

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mié, 08/02/2012 - 16:24

Japan Tohoku Earthquake And Tsunami Warnings

After the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami the international community stepped up its efforts on developing and building early warning systems.

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mar, 22/03/2011 - 12:36
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UN-backed tsunami warning exercise for Caribbean to be held next week

Thirty-three countries will participate next week in the Caribbean region’s first full-scale tsunami warning exercise as part of United Nations-backed efforts to test and strengthen the regio

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vie, 18/03/2011 - 09:56

Satellite applications: e-health

Satellites are playing an increasing role in the support of health and welfare on Earth.

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Publishing Date: 
jue, 03/03/2011 - 15:06

Contribution of space-based technologies to existing and proposed Early Warning Systems

Moderator:       Douglas PATTIE (UNISDR-PPEW)

Background

The development and usability of early warning systems contributes to the socio-economic devel