Institutions Guides

Profiles of organizations working in the area of satellite technology and disaster management provide an overview of who does what. Fulfilling the UN-SPIDER mission requires global and regional networking of institutions, organizations and initiatives featuring mandates, expertise and capacities in different fields of disaster management and space-based information. Networking and communication are facilitated by respective institutional and organizational profiles.

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  • Since 1984, the World Bank has been providing development assistance to Mozambique, designing assistance based on the country’s needs and priorities, from economic stabilization...
  • With a population of 14 million (as per Census 2006 data), of whom 43.9 % lives below the poverty line, and almost half is under 15, Burkina Faso is classified as both a least...
  • The World Food Programme Country Programme (CP) in Malawi in started in March 2012 and will be operational until February 2016. The overarching objective of the programme is to...
  • Burkina Faso has a total population of almost 16 million people, with an average of life expectancy at birth of 49 for male and 56 for female, a high rate of children deaths and a...
  • WHO was the first UN agency to establish a country programme and an office in Maldives. WHO’s role as the longest standing partner in national health development is well...
  • The mission of the WHO Togo Country Office is to promote the attainment of the highest sustainable level of health by all people living in Togo through collaboration with the...