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									        Mongolia Disaster Mapping




               Participatory GIS
      for Disaster Resilient Communities

  NorthWest
Response Teams
                 Marc Lindenberg Center For
                    Humanitarian Action
University of Washington            Northwest
Marc Lindenberg Center           Response Teams


NGO Capacity Building
GIS and Remote Sensing
Response Teams
Global Networking
Vulnerability Assessment
Disaster Mitigation
Sustainable Development



                                     Contact:

                                   Glenn Brooks
                                    GIS Manager
                                Seattle Data Center
                            Brooks.Glenn @ Comcast.net
                                Cell: 1-206-790-8711
            Marc Lindenberg Center
         North West Response Teams
              Current Programs
DISASTER ASSISTANCE

   • Mercy Corps Tsunami GIS Response: Sri Lanka, Aceh
   • City of New Orleans GIS Consultation
   • IWG-NGO Global Data Center Project
   • Gates Foundation African Public Health Assessment
   • Microfiance Risk Reduction Workshop-Latin America
   • $ 900,000 Software Donations
   • $ 1.5 Million Satellite Imagery Acquisition

VOLUNTEER MOBILIZATION

   • 140 PNW and International Volunteers
   • 23 Workgroups
   • 5,500 Volunteer Hours
                 MLC-NWRT
            GIS Vision Statement




Put Information Into
 Action to Support
Humanitarian Relief
 and Development
                Definition:

        Participatory GIS
    For Resilient Communities


Grass roots interaction, empowering local
residents to interpret, map and communicate
knowledge of land use, resources, and the
environment, to mitigate vulnerability and
improve community resilience.
                Mongolia GIS
              Goals and Objectives
1. GIS Capacity Building for Disaster Planning, Mitigation,
   and Response

2. Civil Society ( Urban & Rural) Economic Resiliency
   Network

3. Remote Sensing/GIS for Rapid Assessment and
   Response ( Dzud)

4. National Geospatial Data Center Technology Transfer

5. Community Leadership and Program Decision Making

5. Peer-to-Peer/Peer-to-Government Disaster Policy Dialog
                  GIS Framework
                   3 Components

Remote Sensing:


    GPS Data
    Collection
                        GIS Analysis
      What is GIS?
  A Geographic Information System


              -Software


               -People


        -Geographic Information


Informs Decision Making and Leadership
Integrating Layers . . .

                Social Factors
                Agriculture
                Engineering
                Transportation



                   Data Layers
                      Store
                   Information
                  In Databases
Spatial Databases and Tables
     A GIS stores program information in database
     tables that are linked together by geography.




   Polygon      3 Scrub        17 Very high   Clay
GIS is a Program Tool
See the Whole   Mongolia Programs




 ► Patterns      ► Sectors
 ► Linkages      ► Villages

 ► Trends        ► Programs
Phase I: Spatial Data Infrastructure
  Vulnerability Response Model
      Build Common Operating Picture


 Mongolia
 National
Vulnerability
  Analysis

 - drought -


Northern Forest
      &
  Grasslands
     Phase 2: Conduct Village Level
        Stakeholder Assessment




   Village Scale
    Map Based
High Data Definition
Phase 3: Vulnerability Mapping
 Deliverable: Mongolia
Stakeholder Action Plan

                        Airlift
                       Convoy
                        Route
                       Local
                      Response
   Mongolia Data Center
- An Operational Network -

              -Information Gateway for
         Capacity Building, Community Input,
             Training, Data management

  - GIS builds Decision Making & Leadership Capacity

             - Support NGO Consortium
          Relief and Development Programs

           - Local Data Collection Teams
           become Knowledge Workers in
              Development Programs.

								
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