SERVIR is helping countries in Eastern and Southern Africa Region use information provided by Earth observing satellites and geospatial technologies to improve environmental management and resilience to climate change
SERVIR E&SA introduced an activity dubbed “RCMRD Space Challenge 2017” meant to enlighten primary and secondary school children on some of the causes and drivers of climate change by enabling them to participate in weather data collection and analysis link
SERVIR E&SA is supporting RCMRD International Conference 2018 whose objective is to create a platform for exchanging ideas on the application of earth observation information and geo-spatial technologies for societal benefit.
For users to access the DATASETS AND MAPS that have been developed and shared online, we have platforms such as apps portal,geoportal, open data site that are useful for accessing these spatial based products and services
The objective of the grants program is to expand SERVIR ESA’s network of organizations and to generate innovative ideas for applying earth observation data and geospatial methods/tools for development decision-making