Projects

The Revamped NOAH Website

The Revamped NOAH Website

The revamped NOAH website is a project of UP Resilience Institute - NOAH Center in partnership with Mapbox. It builds upon and improves NOAH's exsiting features using Mapbox technologies! It is geared to allow users to be more informed and better prepared to deal with hazards that may affect the areas they live and work in.

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HOT Philippines - PhilAWARE

HOT Philippines - PhilAWARE

HOT-Philippines, together with the Pacific Disaster Center (PDC), Office of Civil Defense, PetaBencana.id, and USAID started the PhilAWARE Project last July 2019. The project aims to collect the local critical lifeline infrastructures based on the PhilAWARE Data Model and complete the building footprints and road network of Pampanga, Quezon City, and Marikina City.

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Development of a Web-based Awareness & Decision Support System (endcov.ph) on COVID-19

Development of a Web-based Awareness & Decision Support System (endcov.ph) on COVID-19

The web portal endcov.ph was released late of March 2020 to provide the UP community and the general public with vital information for fighting COVID-19 in the country.

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Building Resilient Communities in Bohol

Building Resilient Communities in Bohol

The UP Resilience Institute Youth Mappers (UPRIYM) was awarded a grant by the TELUS Community Board to implement this project. Building footprints and road network were mapped and municipal-level risk maps were produced for the province of Bohol using open-source tools such as OpenStreetMap (OSM), QGIS, and WebSAFE that can be used for disaster risk planning and mitigation of the province.

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Project NOAH - ISAIAH

Project NOAH - ISAIAH

Project NOAH finished mapping the building footprints of ISAIAH’s 15 target provinces through OpenStreetMap. The translated building footprints data mapped by NOAH through OSM is integrated into the WebSAFE application of Project NOAH.

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Community Mapping for Disaster Risk Reduction and Management: Harnessing Local Knowledge to Build Resilience

Community Mapping for Disaster Risk Reduction and Management: Harnessing Local Knowledge to Build Resilience

In 2013, the World Bank, the Department of Interior and Local Government, and the Institute of Environmental Science for Social Change launched a project on Community Mapping and LGU Decision Support Tools for Disaster Risk Reduction and Management.

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