DRH-Asia: Disaster Reduction Hyperbase
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DRH partners

Summary tables and links of DRH partners

Participating information platform initiatives for disaster risk reduction are arranged according to the three categories and in an alphabetical order within each category. Note that the category classification has been made to facilitate readers' judgment but it is often difficult draw distinct lines among them. Many of the initiatives have nature of both information providers and users.

1. Integration of information platforms

(PreventionWeb, UN-ISDR)

Title of Initiative

PreventionWeb

URL

http://www.preventionweb.net

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Contact details

Craig Duncan, Information Management Unit
UN International Strategy for Disaster Reduction
tel.+41 22 917 8898,
e-mail: duncanc@un.org,

Description of the initiative

In support of the Hyogo Framework for Action, the ISDR Secretariat is developing an information portal on Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) called PreventionWeb. The primary purpose is to facilitate the work of professionals involved in disaster risk reduction and promote an understanding of the subject by non-specialists.
PreventionWeb aims to provide a common platform for institutions to connect, exchange experiences and share information on DRR. The system will be designed to allow distributed data entry as well as provide options for content syndication to partner sites.
The site will be updated daily, and contain news, DRR initiatives, event calendars, online discussions, contact directories, policy documents, reference documents, training events, jobs, terminology, country profiles, fact sheets, as well as audio and video content.

2. Information users who practice disaster risk reduction activities

(ADRRN)

Title of Initiative

Asian Disaster Reduction & Response Network (ADRRN)

URL

http://www.adrrn.net

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Contact details

Dr. Jemilah Mahmood, Chairperson, Asian Disaster Reduction & Response Network (ADRRN)
tel.+ 60192215751, fax.+ 60342518435,
e-mail: president@mercy.org.my / jemilah.m@gmail.my,

Description of the initiative

ADRRN was established in 2003 and currently has 27 NGO members from Asia who work together to support and learn from each other through various channels including website, training programs, exchange visits as well as join field projects.MERCY Malaysia is the Secretariat of ADRRN.
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(CITYNET)

Title of Initiative

CITYNET and Disaster Risk Reduction

URL

http://www.citynet-ap.org/

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Contact details

Kazuo Hashimoto, Assistant Secretary-General, CITYNET (Regional Network of Local Authorities for the Management of Human Settlements)
(5F, InternationalOrganizationsCenter Pacifico-Yokohama
1-1-1 Minato Mirai, Nishi-ku, Yokohama 220-0012, Japan)
tel.+ 81-45-223-2161, fax.+ 81-45-223-2162,
e-mail: asg@citynet-ap.org; soumu@citynet-ap.org,

Description of the initiative

CITYNET is a local governments network that is active across the Asia-Pacific region, promoting cooperation amongst local governments and urban stakeholders for achieving sustainable development and management. Diversification of its members has made CITYNET a unique entity.
CITYNET has given “disaster risk reduction” as one of top priorities in its operation to respond to the series of disasters affected cities, members of CITYNET over the past few years. Initiative of CITYNET has been focused on “matching needs and resources after disasters,” and post-disaster activities by sending experts to the affected cities and assisting them in their reconstruction’s effort, and community recovery as well.
CITYNET has established the Disaster Cluster to enhance its objective – mainstreaming the disaster risk reduction in the overall city development and management.

(JICA)

Title of Initiative

JICA , Water Resources/Disaster Management, Global Issues

URL

http://www.jica.go.jp/english/global/wate/index.html

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Contact details

Shokichi Sakata
(Shinjuku Maynds Tower Bldg., 7F, 2-1-1, Yoyogi, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 151-8558, Japan)
e-mail: Shokichi.Sakata@JICA.go.jp,

Description of the initiative

JICA assists developing countries in disaster management to mitigate damages through disaster risk assessment, establishment of disaster management system at national level and local level, dissemination of community based disaster management activities.

(NSET)

Title of Initiative

Nepal Earthquake Risk Management Program (NERMP),
National Society for Earthquake Technology – Nepal (NSET)

URL

http://www.nset.org.np

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Contact details

* Mr. Amod Mani Dixit, Executive Director
e-mail: adixit@nset.org.np; amod.dixit@gmail.com, nset@nset.org.np
* Mr. Surya Narayan Shrestha, Deputy Executive Director
e-mail: sshrestha@nset.org.np
(1133 Devkota Sadak, Mahadevsthan, Baneshwor, Kathmandu, Nepal)
tel.+ 977-1-4474192, 977-1-4493233, fax.+977-1-4490943,

Description of the initiative

Nepal Earthquake Risk Management Program of NSET includes a) School Earthquake Safety Program (SESP), b) Municipal Earthquake Safety Program (MERMP) which is geared towards assisting municipalities and urbanizing settlements of Nepal to prepare earthquake damage scenarios and Action Plans for managing and minimizing earthquake risk, c) Earthquake awareness and capacity building through a system of public education and formal/non-formal training, and institutionalization of earthquake risk management initiatives in Nepal.

3. Information platforms as disaster risk reduction information providers

(ADRC)

Title of Initiative

ADRC / Total Disaster Risk Management (TDRM): Good Practice

URL

http://www.adrc.or.jp/

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Contact details

AsianDisasterResearchCenter (Hitomiraikan 5F, 1-5-2, Wakinohama-kaigan-dori, Chuo-ku, KobeCity, HyogoPrefecture, 651-0073 Japan)
tel.+81-78-262-5540, fax.+81-78-262-5546, e-mail: rep@adrc.or.jp,

Description of the initiative

In order to promote regional solidarity and cooperation for disaster management, ADRC, United Nation Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs kobe, International Recovery Platform(IRP), and many stakeholders in Asia have formulated a holistic approach to disaster risk reduction known as TDRM. “TDRM: Good Practice” was published for UN WCDR. The Date Base contains good practices submitted by ADRC member countries on our website. Main users of the Date Base are government and local officials or leaders, NGOs, and related organizations.

(DisasterAWARE, PDC)

Title of Initiative

DisasterAWARE: an integrated decision support system

URL

http://www.pdc.org

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Contact details

Stanley Goosby, Chief Scientist, PacificDisasterCenter (1305 N. Holopono Street, Suite 2, Kihei, Hawaii)
tel.+ 808- 891-7931, fax.+ 808-891-0525
e-mail: sgoosby@pdc.org

Description of the initiative

PDC applies science and technology to improve disaster management, enhance risk assessment capabilities, improve mitigation strategies and support the entire range of decision-making and planning activities, including recovery from the effects of hazard events. PDC does this to foster disaster-resilient communities throughout its area of responsibility for more than a decade. The Center’s success is based on experience, expertise, mature partnerships and constant innovation in the collecting, combining, visualizing and communicating of disaster-related information. PDC has merged many of its products into an integrated decision support system, DisasterAWARE, an all-hazards information platform for disaster managers and community planners.

(DRH, EDM-NIED)

Title of Initiative

Disaster Reduction Hyperbase-Asian Application (DRH-Asia)

URL

http://drh.edm.bosai.go.jp/

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Contact details

Hiroyuki Kameda, Visiting Researcher at EDM-NIED and Professor Emeritus, KyotoUniversity (4F HumanRenovationMuseum, 1-5-2 Kaigan-dori, Waki-no-hama, Chuo-ku, Kobe 651-0073, Japan)
tel.+81-78-262-5521, fax.+81-78-262-5526,
e-mail: kameda@edm.bosai.go.jp, (cc to: k-tani@edm.bosai.go.jp )

Description of the initiative

DRH is a web-based facility to compile and disseminate technology and knowledge for disaster risk reduction. It features "implementation technology" comprising: 1) Implementation oriented technology: Outputs from modern R&D that are practiced under clear implementation strategies, 2) Process technology: Know-how for implementation and practice, capacity building and social development for knowledge ownership, and 3)Transferable indigenous knowledge: Traditional art of disaster reduction that is indigenous to specific region (s) but having potential to be applied to other regions andhaving time-tested reliability
Under the DRH-Asia Project (July 2006-March 2009), the system will be open by the end of 2007.

DRH project documents: http://www.edm.bosai.go.jp/old/m-n.html

(EM-DAT, CRED)

Title of Initiative

EM-DAT: The International Disaster Database

URL

http://www.em-dat.net

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Contact details

Dr Debarati Guha-Sapir,
Director, Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters (CRED)
(School of Public Health – Université Catholique de Louvain 30.94, Clos Chapelle-aux-Champs, 1200 Brussels – Belgium)
tel.+ 32-2-7643327, fax.+ 32-2-7643441,
e-mail: sapir@esp.ucl.ac.be

Description of the initiative

The EM-DAT database has been developed in 1988 and is maintained by the Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters (CRED).It contains core data on the occurrence and impact of over 16,000 natural and technological disasters in the world from 1900 to present. Its main objective is to provide an evidence-base to humanitarian and development actors at national and international levels. EM-DAT is the unique public global reference database providing through its website free access to disaster data through country and disaster profile and an advanced data-search interface.

(GOLFRE, SEEDS)

Title of Initiative

Global Open Learning Forum on Risk Education (GOLFRE)

URL

http://www.golfre.org

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Contact details

SEEDS
(D-11, Panchsheel Enclave, New Delhi – 110017, India)
tel.+ 91-11-26498371, 41748008, fax.+ 91-11-26498372,
e-mail: golfre@seedsindia.org,

Description of the initiative

Global Open Learning Forum for Risk Education (GOLFRE) is a pedagogy developed by international universities and NGOs who have come together to bridge the gap between knowledge and practice – knowledge as it exists in universities and research centres, and practice as carried out by field workers who are among the most critical frontline practitioners playing major role in reducing disasters. The pedagogy integrates knowledge that exists with frontline workers and academic research for training and development. Its mandate is to tap tacit knowledge, practical wisdom and human capital to create an institutional approach to risk reduction.

(Hotspots, ColumbiaUniversity)

Title of Initiative

Regional and Local Interrogation of “Hotspots” Database

URL

http://www.ldeo.columbia.edu/chrr/research/hotspots

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Contact details

Arthur Lerner-Lam, Columbia University Earth Institute, (P.O. Box 1000, Palisades, NY10964, USA,)
e-mail: lerner@ldeo.columbia.edu

Description of the initiative

The Hotspots analysis produced global natural hazard exposure maps based on existing global compilations of hazard occurrence and severity, mortality, and economic loss.The utility of such maps for more regionalized risk reduction policies and decisions is explored.We have developed an application that allows site-specific interrogations of the Hotspots databases and analytical results, which are useful for making decisions based on relative rather than absolute risk. Major limitations include coarse resolution of the global analyses, and the design of proxies to quantify the location-specific and network vulnerabilities of a site.

(ICHARM, PWRI)

Title of Initiative

InternationalCenter for Water Hazard and Risk Management (ICHARM) under the auspices of UNESCO

URL

http://www.icharm.pwri.go.jp/

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Contact details

Kuniyoshi Takeuchi, International Center for Water Hazard and Risk Management (ICHARM) under the auspices of UNESCO, Public Works Research Institute (PWRI) (Minamihara 1-6, Tsukuba 305-8516, Japan)
tel. +81-29-879-0854, fax. +81-29-879-6709,
e-mail: kuni.t@pwri.go.jp

Description of the initiative

InternationalCenter for Water Hazard and Risk Management under the auspices of UNESCO (ICHARM) was established in Public Works Research Institute (PWRI), Tsukuba, Japan in March 2006. Its objective is to serve as the global Center of Excellence to provide and help implementation of the best practicable strategies to manage the risk of water-related disasters (flood-related risks in the first phase). The mode of operation is research, training and information networking. It is planning to produce and disseminate the information such as Year Book of Large Floods, Local Studies, Global Flood Alerts, Global Risk and Preparedness Maps.

(IISEE, BRI)

Title of Initiative

IISEE-Training System and Information Network for Earthquake Disaster Mitigation

URL

http://iisee.kenken.go.jp/

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Contact details

IISEE, BRI
(IISEE, Building Research Institute, 1 Tatehara, Tsukuba, Ibaraki 305-0802 Japan)
e-mail: iisee@kenken.go.jp

Description of the initiative

To mitigate earthquake disaster in developing countries, it is essential to transfer advanced technologies in the fields of seismology, earthquake engineering and tsunami. The trainees who are educated in the training system in IISEE play important roles in their respective countries in smooth transfer and continuous utilization of technologies. IISEE offers a free Web site for technical references on seismic networks, strong motion observatory networks, seismic damage archives, seismic design code, and microzonation data on a county-by-country basis. Recently IISEE introduced new communication tools such as a video conference system and an e-learning system to enhance international communication and collaboration.

(International Office of Earthquake and Volcano Research Promotion, ERI)

Title of Initiative

International Office of Earthquake and Volcano Research Promotion

URL

http://www.eri.u-tokyo.ac.jp/kokusai/english/index.html

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Contact details

Teruyuki Kato, Earthquake Research Institute, the University of Tokyo (1-1, Yayoi 1, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-0032, JAPAN)
tel.+81-3-5841-5730, fax. +81-3-5841-5818,
e-mail: teru@eri.u-tokyo.ac.jp

Description of the initiative

The office was established in April 2005 under the authorization by the seismologists’ and volcanologists’ community in Japan. There are three major objectives of the office as follows:
1) We try to disseminate the results and the knowledge derived from advanced researches on earthquakes and volcanoes to the countries in Asia, and thus making the Earthquake Research Institute as the Center of Excellence for the earthquake and volcano researches.
2) We try to establish a system to respond to the devastating hazards due to earthquake, tsunami and volcanic eruptions that occurs in Asia and Pacific in near real-time manner.
3) In order to promote earthquake and volcano researches in Japan and in ERI, we try to invite distinguished researchers from foreign countries in the related field.

(iRiskNet)

Title of Initiative

Integrated Risk Information Network of China (iRiskNet)

URL

http://www.iRiskNet.cn

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Contact details

Dr. Peijun SHI, Vice President and Professor of Beijing Normal University, Academy of Disaster Reduction and Emergency Management, Ministry of Civil Affairs & Ministry of Education,
(#19, Xinjiekouwai Avenue, Haidian District, Beijing 100875, China.)
tel.+ 86-10-5580-2158, fax.+ 86-10-5880-2158, e-mail: spj@bnu.edu.cn

Dr. Weihua FANG, Associate Professor of Beijing Normal University, Academy of Disaster Reduction and Emergency Management, Ministry of Civil Affairs & Ministry of Education
(#19, Xinjiekouwai Avenue, Haidian District, Beijing 100875, China.)
tel.+ 86-10-5580-2283, fax.+ 86-10-5880-2158, e-mail: fang@ires.cn

Description of the initiative

* iRiskNet is an integrated risk information platform initiated as a part of a National Key Project, Integrated Risk Governance of China (2007-2010), supported by the Ministry of Science and Technology of China.
* iRiskNet aims to provide an integrated risk information platform for government authorities, insurance companies and general public.
* Database of hazard, vulnerability, and risk for fourteen types of disasters of China, and the risk maps (1:1,000,000 for China & 100,000 for demonstration areas) regarding the fourteen types of disasters will be developed and disseminated.
* The site will be Chinese-English bilingual.

(IRP)

Title of Initiative

IRP / Preliminary Database “Good Practices on Recovery”

URL

http://www.recoveryplatform.org/

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Contact details

International Recovery Platform (Hitomiraikan 5F, 1-5-2, Wakinohama-kaigan-dori,Chuo-ku, KobeCity, HyogoPrefecture, 651-0073 Japan)
tel.+81-78-262-6041, fax.+81-78-262-6046,
e-mail: murata@recoveryplatform.org,

Description of the initiative

International Recovery Platform(IRP) has developed Preliminary database “Good Practices on Recovery” supported by ISDR, UNDP, and ADRC. Preliminary DB of Good Practices contains 90 links of actual recovery case studies on the IRP website, to extract good practices on recovery. Many of the cases referred to were presented at IRP and ADRC International Forums after IRP’s establishment in 2005. The DB will be re-arranged by recovery thematic subjects, to develop thematic recovery guidelines. Main users are government and local officials or leaders, NGOs, and related organizations.

(NEDIES)

Title of Initiative

Natural und Environment Disaster Information Exchange System

URL

http://nedies.jrc.it/index.asp?ID=67

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Contact details

Stefan Scheer, TP 361, Joint Research Centre, European Commission, Ispra, Italy
tel.+39-0332785683
e-mail: stefan.scheer@jrc.it

Description of the initiative

NEDIES was started in 2000 with the aim to collect appropriate lessons learned from disaster reports. Hence all kind of natural (and partly also environmental) disasters are treated and relevant lessons extracted regarding the prevention, preparedness and response phases of disaster management. Information is kept within an online database in which any kind of registered user may contribute. Recently this database concept has been extended towards a data structure that also enables the context and the applicability of any type of lesson. The NEDIES project is also involved within the global Disaster Reduction Hyperbase project.

(NICEE, INDIA)

Title of Initiative

NationalInformationCenter of Earthquake Engineering (NICEE), INDIA

URL

http://www.nicee.org

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Contact details

Professor Sudhir K. Jain, National Coordinator
NationalInformationCenter of Earthquake Engineering (NICEE)
Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur
(Kanpur 208016, INDIA)
tel.+ 91-512-259 7867, fax.+ 91-512-259 7794,
e-mail: skjain@iitk.ac.in; nicee@iitk.ac.in

Description of the initiative

The National Information Center of Earthquake Engineering (NICEE) at Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur (INDIA) maintains and disseminates information resources on Earthquake Engineering. It undertakes community outreach activities aimed at mitigation of earthquake disasters. NICEE’s target audience includes professionals, academics and all others with an interest in and concern for seismic safety in the India and south-east Asian Countries. The Center is supported by donations/contributions from users and well wishers of NICEE; donations to NICEE from within India and USA are 100% tax deductible.

(NIED-1)

Title of Initiative

(NIED)
K-NET, J-SHIS

URL

http://www.k-net.bosai.go.jp

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Contact details

Hiroyuki Fujiwara, National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Prevention,
(3-1, Tennodai, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, 305-0006, JAPAN)
tel.+ 81-29-858-1785, fax.+ 81-29-860-2832,
e-mail: fujiwara@bosai.go.jp

Description of the initiative

(1) Strong-motion observation network (K-NET) is a system which provides strong-motion data on the Internet. The data are obtained from 1,028 observatories deployed all over Japan.
(2) Japan Seismic Hazard Information Station (J-SHIS) is an open web system to provide seismic hazard maps for Japan and is developed as a sharing platform of the seismic hazard information, for an interactive communication by researchers and users in general.

J-SHIS (Japan Seismic Hazard Information Station): http://www.j-shis.bosai.go.jp/j-shis/index_en.html

(NIED-2)

Title of Initiative

(NIED)
1)The Landslide Map Database
2)Database on Volcanic Hazard Maps and Reference Material

URL

http://lsweb1.ess.bosai.go.jp/jisuberi/jisuberi_mini_Eng/jisuberi_top.html

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Contact details

1) Takashi INOKUCHI, inokuchi@bosai.go.jp
2) Teruko SATO, sato.sun@bosai.go.jp

Description of the initiative

1) The Landslide Map Database includes landslide Maps which are originally interpreted from aerial photographs by geological skilled researchers in topographic interpretation in Japan. The database is widely used by researchers, administrative officers and construction consultants.

2) Volcanic Hazard Map database includes most of published hazard maps and disaster prevention maps, reference materials in Japan. This is widely used by researchers and local governments.
http://www.bosai.go.jp/library/v-hazard/

(Open Risk Analysis, AGORA)

Title of Initiative

Open Risk Analysis

URL

http://www.risk-agora.org

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Contact details

Charles Scawthorn, Professor, KyotoUniversity, Kyoto 606 Japan
Tel. +81-75-383-3249
e-mail: cscawthorn@att.net

Description of the initiative

Managing risk, and understanding impacts of new disaster science or policy, requires risk models which however are in flux as science develops. Current end-to-end risk models are hierarchical and can’t nimbly respond to emerging knowledge and data. A new paradigm of open risk analysis (ORA) is emerging, fostered by an international Alliance for Global Open Risk Analysis (AGORA, www.risk-agora.org ), which held an international workshop in February at Caltech.AGORA is promoting open risk models, and is supporting developing of OpenRisk, an open source general purpose risk model.A report on the architecture and technical background for OpenRisk can be found on the AGORA website.

(ProVention Consortium)

Title of Initiative

ProVention Consortium

URL

http://www.proventionconsortium.org

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Contact details

Ian O’Donnell, Senior Officer, ProVention Consortium Secretariat
(P.O. Box 372, 1211 Geneva 19, Switzerland)
tel.+41-22-730-4373, fax.+41 22 733 0395,
e-mail: ian.odonnell@ifrc.org,

Description of the initiative

Seeing information sharing as a critical aspects of pursuing the broader disaster risk reduction agenda, ProVention is engaged in a range of projects with various partners to promote 1) the development of reference tools on key topics, 2) the strengthening of networks for information sharing particularly across sectoral boundaries and by partners in the South, 3) the creation of open standards and systems for exchanging risk management tools and data. Particularly strong examples of ProVention’s work in this area are the Community Risk Assessment toolkit, which offers a collection of case studies and guidance notes on tools and methodologies for promoting community engagement in risk assessment and analysis, and Tools for Mainstreaming Disaster Risk Reduction into Development which includes guidance notes, case studies and other reference materials, and is now developing additional resource pages for monitoring and evaluation of DRR efforts and the economic appraisal of DRR investments.

CRA Toolkit: www.proventionconsortium.org/CRA_toolkit

(Sentinel Asia Project, JAXA)

Title of Initiative

Sentinel Asia Project

URL

http://dmss.tksc.jaxa.jp/sentinel/

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Contact details

(1) Disaster Management Support Systems Office (DMSSO)
(2-2-1 Ohtemachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 100-0004 Japan)
tel.+81-3-3516-9100, fax.+81-3-3516-9160,
e-mail: sentinel.asia@jaxa.jp,
(2) Asian Branch of the Disaster Management Support Systems Office
(B.B. Building 15th Floor. Room No.1502, 54 Asoke Road, Sukhumvit 21, Bangkok, 10110 Thailand)
tel.+ 66-2259-4192 (ext. 12), fax.+ 66-2260-7027,
e-mail: sentinel.asia@jaxa.jp,

Description of the initiative

Sentinel Asia Project is the first step of the Disaster Management Support System in the Asia-Pacific region carried out in 2006-2007 by utilizing the earth observation satellite data aiming at:
- Improving safety in society with by Space Technology and ICT
- Improving speed and accuracy for disaster preparedness and early warning
- Minimizing victims and social/economic losses

(WHE)

Title of Initiative

World Housing Encyclopedia

URL

http://www.world-housing.net

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Contact details

Marjorie Greene, Managing Editor, Earthquake Engineering Research Institute
(499 Fourteenth Street, Suite 320, Oakland, CA94612-1934, United States of America)
tel.+ (1-510) 451 0905, fax.+ (1-510) 451 5411,
e-mail: mgreene@eeri.org,

Description of the initiative

The World Housing Encyclopedia (WHE; www.world-housing.net) is an encyclopedia of housing construction in seismically active areas of the world. It is hosted by the Earthquake Engineering Research Institute (EERI; www.weeri.org) and the International Association for Earthquake Engineering (IAEE; www.iaee.or.jp). The goals of WHE include (a) sharing knowledge on worldwide housing construction practices, (b) encouraging use of earthquake-resistant technologies, (c) developing guidelines & technical resources for improving seismically vulnerable construction, and (d) providing services & technical support to communities across the world on earthquake resistant housing technologies.

Outline of DRH links

1. What is DRH Links

The DRH Links is a component of DRH-Asia to realize effective links to other relevant initiatives. It consists of summary tables of information platform initiatives. They are arranged in the following three categories:

(1) Integration of information platforms

(2) Information users who practice disaster risk reduction activities

(3) Information platforms as disaster risk reduction information providers 

You can find the objectives and functions of the initiatives from the summary tables, and if you wish jump directly to their homepages.

Institutions contributing to DRH Contents (Click here): posted on request