GIS For Disaster Risk Management




15th to 19th Jan 2024


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9th to 13th Dec 2024


An immediate increase in the vulnerability of communities exposed to dangerous events is being caused by urbanization and rapid population growth coupled with extreme climatic events. As an outcome, disasters are frequently taking a considerable toll on property and life. Development both in non-urban and urban locations calls for the integration of adequate steps to lower the effect of disasters. There's increased demand for risk-informed decision making in planning for good coping systems for catastrophe risk reduction. This course on GIS for disaster risk management is going to create considerable awareness of all the disaster management Professionals about the benefits of GIS usage.

Training Objectives:

• Utilize spatial data, GIS and remote sensing in catastrophe danger assessment and management;

• Utilize existing energy sources of historical disaster info and components at risk data;

• Apply GIS/remote realizing in hazard, risk and vulnerability assessment;

• Employ risk info in emergency preparedness planning;

• Visualize hazard 


5 Days

Who Can Attend?

The program is open to all participants that are working hard or maybe will be operating in the groups where spatial info is used or even deemed to be used for the goal of catastrophe chance managing, disaster management, and disaster risk reduction. There's no requirement GIS knowledge for a participant who's enthusiastic about this particular program.

Course Content

Module one: Terminologies of catastrophe management

• Terminologies of catastrophe management

• GIS as well as remote sensing

• Handling spatial info

Module two: Post Disaster Impact and Damage Analysis

• utilization of satellite imagery for recovery and disaster relief

• Impact analysis and also preliminary damage assessment

• Building damage assessment

Module three: Pre Disaster Risk Assessment

• Hazard Assessment

• Elements vulnerable and also vulnerability assessment

• Types as well as approaches of risk evaluation, risk evaluation, cost-benefit analysis

Module four: Risk Information for Risk Reduction Planning

• Risk evaluation

• Visualization of risk data

• Risk spatial planning and information

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