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Type:
Course
Duration:
5 Days
Programme Area:
Satellite Imagery and Analysis
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La gestion efficace de tout projet d’infrastructure implique l’analyse comparative et le suivi des progrès accomplis au regard des plans.

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


 

21 Oct 2018 to 25 Oct 2018
Khartoum , Sudan
Type:
Workshop
Duration:
5 Days
Programme Area:
Satellite Imagery and Analysis
Fee:
$0.00
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The IGAD region is prone to recurrent disaster risks mainly drought, floods, landslides, among others that have been affecting significantly the lives and livelihoods of the communities.

13 Aug 2018 to 20 Aug 2018
Sri Racha , Thailand
Type:
Course
Duration:
8 Days
Programme Area:
Satellite Imagery and Analysis
Fee:
$0.00

The ISPRS Student Consortium (ISPRS SC) and the Working Group V/5, in collaboration with UNITAR Operational Satellite Applications Programme (UNOSAT) – a technology-intensive programme under the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR)- , Geo-informatics and Space Technology Development Agency (GISTDA) -Thailand’s public organization leading the country’s activities in space

Type:
Course
Duration:
5 Days
Programme Area:
Satellite Imagery and Analysis
Fee:
$0.00
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The IGAD region is a hotspot for major disasters such as drought, floods, landslides which had made significant impact on the lives and livelihood of the communities and damage to key infrastructure in the region in the past as well as most recently during March to May, 2018 floods killed hundreds of people and displaced thousands mainly in Kenya, Somalia, Djibouti and Ethiopia.