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Course
Duration:
5 Days
Programme Area:
Satellite Imagery and Analysis
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$0.00
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Known for its vast wilderness areas, the United Republic of Tanzania is one of the largest and most populous countries in East Africa. The population distribution is extremely uneven within its territory, showing greater cluster population in the northern half of the country and along the east coast[1].

Type:
Course
Duration:
5 Days
Programme Area:
Satellite Imagery and Analysis
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$0.00
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Mozambique is a disaster-prone country with a long history of man-induced or natural disasters. Cyclones pose the most significant and recurring risk to Mozambique, affecting 2 million people per year on average in the coastal region (GFDRR, 2019). Tropical Cyclones (TC) travel up the Mozambique Channel, particularly in the period of January to March each year (UNECA, 2015). 

Type:
Course
Duration:
4 Days
Programme Area:
Satellite Imagery and Analysis
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$0.00
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Geographic locations and Information about these locations show us where social environmental and economic conditions occur, where people at risk from natural hazards are located, how many people need assistance following a conflict, and do not have access to good health care, education, freshwater or public transports.

Type:
Course
Duration:
3 Weeks
Programme Area:
Satellite Imagery and Analysis
Fee:
$0.00

The UNITAR’s Satellite Applications Programme (UNOSAT) in collaboration with CIMA Foundation, is currently implementing a nation-wide flood forecasting and early warning system for extreme flood events (GFEWS) as part of implementing activities under the project framework (2018-2020) “Strengthening Women’s Disaster Management Capacities in Guyana and Dominica” .

Type:
Course
Duration:
5 Days
Programme Area:
Climate Change, Satellite Imagery and Analysis
Fee:
$0.00

Pacific Island Countries are on the front line of climate change and natural hazards. These countries combine high exposure to frequent and damaging natural hazards with low capacity to manage the resulting risks. According to the World Bank, since 1950 extreme events have affected approximately 9.2 million people in the Pacific region.

Type:
Course
Duration:
5 Days
Programme Area:
Satellite Imagery and Analysis
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$0.00
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The Gambia’s small economy relies primarily on tourism, rain-dependent agriculture, and remittances[1]. With three-quarters of the country’s population depending on its agriculture and livelihoods, the government has invested over recent years on the primary sector that provides 20.4% of the Gross Domestic Product[2].

Type:
Course
Duration:
5 Days
Programme Area:
Climate Change, Satellite Imagery and Analysis
Fee:
$0.00

Pacific Island Countries are on the front line of climate change and natural hazards. These countries combine high exposure to frequent and damaging natural hazards with low capacity to manage the resulting risks. According to the World Bank, since 1950 extreme events have affected approximately 9.2 million people in the Pacific region.

Type:
Course
Duration:
5 Days
Programme Area:
Climate Change, Satellite Imagery and Analysis
Fee:
$0.00

Pacific Island Countries are on the front line of climate change and natural hazards. These countries combine high exposure to frequent and damaging natural hazards with low capacity to manage the resulting risks. According to the World Bank, since 1950 extreme events have affected approximately 9.2 million people in the Pacific region.

Type:
Course
Duration:
7 Days
Programme Area:
Satellite Imagery and Analysis
Fee:
$0.00

Operational Satellite Applications Programme (UNOSAT) of the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) in collaboration with consortium partners WASCAL, WRI, FUTA, and HKV developed the Regional Technical Webinar Series for ECOWAS members countries, a continuation of the capacity development activities implemented in the context of the Building Disaster resilience in Sub Sahar

Type:
Course
Duration:
2 Days
Programme Area:
Satellite Imagery and Analysis
Fee:
$0.00

This e-learning course was created as part of the Earth Observation for Sustainable Development: Fragility, Conflict and Security project funded by the European Space Agency and aims to give a short but practical introduction to Geospatial Infomation Technology (GIT) in states affected by fragility, with a focus on remote sensing. 


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