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Mapping community resources for disaster preparedness: humanitarian data capability and automated futures

Publisher
Disasters Disaster planning Community recovery Community-based social services Australia
Description

This report details the rationale, background research and design for a platform to help local communities map resources for disaster preparedness. It sets out a first step in improving community data capability through resource mapping to enhance humanitarian action before disaster events occur.

The project seeks to enable local community disaster preparedness and thus build community resilience by improving the quality of data about community strengths, resources and assets.

In this report, the authors define a gap in existing humanitarian mapping approaches and the uses of open, public and social media data in humanitarian contexts. The report surveys current knowledge and present a selection of case studies delivering data and humanitarian mapping in local communities.

Drawing on this knowledge and practice review and stakeholder workshops throughout 2021, the authors also define a method and toolkit for the effective use of community assets data.

Publication Details
DOI:
10.25916/dpb7-5118
License type:
CC BY-NC
Access Rights Type:
open