Community-Based Landslide Early Warning System

R3ADY Asia-Pacific, in collaboration with University of Gadjah Mada (UGM), Pacific Disaster Center (PDC), and University of Hawai’i’s Social Science Research Institute (SSRI), is working to develop an end-to-end framework that better links community-based and national disaster risk reduction efforts, using UGM’s community-based landslide risk assessment and landslide early warning system as the case study.

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