space-based technology

Cameroon: Following up on the Technical Advisory Mission

In June 2011, UN-SPIDER conducted a Technical Advisory Mission in Cameroon following the request by the Government of Cameroon, represented by the Ministry of Territorial Administration and Decentralization, Department of Civil Protection.

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Centre Régional Africain des Sciences et Technologies de l'Espace en Langue Française (CRASTRE - LF)

Le Centre Régional Africain des Sciences et Technologies de l’Espace en Langue Française (CRASTE-LF) is a training and research institute in the field of space-based technologies, which was established under United Nations sponsorship in Morocco, in October 1998.

Its main objectives are the promotion of the utilization of space-based science and technology, and the development of related national and regional capacity. Thirteen African countries are currently members of CRASTE-LF.

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

Moderator:       Douglas PATTIE (UNISDR-PPEW)

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