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ITHACA organized a one-day long workshop on 26 September 2018 with the participation of all project partners, plus some invited guests (stakeholders and people involved in activities with the same background of the project).
Both contributions focus the attention on ITHACA’s involvement in the framework of the DG ECHO funded project TRIBUTE.
This NASA-ARSET webinar will provide demonstrations and hands-on experience in using NASA remote sensing observations and flood mapping tools useful for flood management. Participants will learn to access rainfall and the potentially surface inundation extent data for regional flood cases. In addition, participants will learn to access digital elevation and terrain data, as well as socioeconomic data, to facilitate flood risk assessment and post-flood relief planning using a GIS framework.
Issuing a map series to depict drought conditions over Ethiopia and the Horn of Africa. Vegetation stress analyses and rainfall anomalies maps are available here.
After several months of sweat and tears, ITHACA team is proud to launch the web application of the Drought Monitoring project in its initial version! Check it out at drought.ithacaweb.org.
On Tuesday November 26 ITHACA will be presenting its Extreme Rainfall Detection System (ERDS) in a webinar organized in the framework of the NASA Applied Remote Sensing Education and Training project. Please find more information on NASA website.
In the framework of a service agreement between WFP and ITHACA involving Ethiopian government counterparts, ITHACA organizes and holds a 2-days workshop in Addis Ababa (25 and 26 July 2011). The workshop attendees are officials from local Ministries and the purpose is to transfer knowledge on configuring and maintaining hydrological models for flood prevention and mitigation, with a particular focus on the Awash river basin.
The first International Workshop on Global Flood Monitoring and Forecasting gathered 20 scientific experts, 4 humanitarian organizations and 2 insurance groups to discuss the state of the art in this new and multi-disciplinary field. Main purpose of the workshop was to verify the possibility of integrating different systems.