Geospatial applications in emergency impact assessment

Lebanon Room (FAO Headquarters)
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Disasters disrupt lives and cost billions globally. For agricultural communities heavily reliant on natural resources, the impact is even more devastating. Geospatial information is crucial to assess impacts and plan effective disaster response. The recent FAO publication "Geospatial Applications in Emergency Impact Assessment" offers practical examples and lessons learned from various disaster contexts and highlights opportunities and recommendations for using geospatial technologies to improve disaster emergency assessments.

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