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The GIS and Statistics Unit of the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock Development (MoALD), Nepal and ICIMOD’s SERVIR Hindu Kush Himalaya (SERVIR-HKH) Initiative are co-developing an operational service for crop area and yield estimation using remote sensing and machine learning.
Nepal’s National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Authority (NDDRMA) and ICIMOD have begun collaborating on multi-hazard risk assessments in the country. As a part of the joint efforts, this workshop will provide a platform to introduce, discuss, and gather feedback on landslide and flood risk mapping and forecasting tools and their current and future capabilities, and provide training to relevant stakeholders in Nepal. The workshop will help foster collaboration among stakeholders to address the evolving needs in disaster management in the country.
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Interactive visualisation of the highest mountain peaks of the world that are above 8,000 meter from sea level.
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A joint initiative of NASA, USAID, and leading geospatial organisations in Asia, Africa, and Latin America, SERVIR partners with countries in these regions to address critical challenges in climate change, food security, water and related disasters, land use, and air quality. Using satellite data and geospatial technology, SERVIR co-develops innovative solutions through a network of regional hubs to improve resilience and sustainable resource management at local, national and regional scales.
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