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Erin Hughey
Erin Hughey, PhD Director of Global Operations-Pacific Disaster Center. Building resilience to new and emerging threats...and a few old ones too.
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HOTOSM Sep 20
“From to the , HOTOSM data is the cornerstone of response and programs,” says
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Pacific Disaster Center Sep 7
We've got the most breaking updates on disaster response support for in , including food and water, medical, sheltered and evacuated, and more. Emergency responders and NGOs can get the latest through at:
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Pacific Disaster Center Sep 8
Latest update on status of , relief and recovery, shelter and a preliminary satellite-based damage assessment for . We will continue to assist first responders and recovery teams as the full heartbreaking impact of
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Pacific Disaster Center Sep 4
Sharing the latest product for US, developed in partnership with and depicting wind impacts by this very dangerous hurricane.
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Pacific Disaster Center Sep 4
Sending Aloha to our friends and partners in . Together with our partners at NEMA, BNGIS, and CDEMA here is the latest information on the status of critical facilities on the islands of Abaco and Grand Bahama. One Community, One Response!
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Pacific Disaster Center Aug 30
has strengthened to an extremely dangerous Category 4, with expected landfall in The Bahamas on Sunday, and in Florida on Monday through Tuesday. We continue to monitor and provide new information as available.
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Pacific Disaster Center Aug 30
PDC is all-hands-on deck—here in the U.S. and onsite in —using our risk intelligence solutions to connect science and practice together with disaster management authorities responding to .
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Pacific Disaster Center Jun 18
Working with our long-time friends and partners at on new disaster management capabilities and risk reduction initiatives in . Exciting developments ahead as we introduce and new technology powered by .
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Pacific Disaster Center Jun 10
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Pacific Disaster Center Jun 14
Continuing our research with the terrific team at the Central Statistics Office in . Also pictured is the Ministry of National Security Colonel Jeffrey and Captain Wint. Great collaboration!
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Pacific Disaster Center Oct 2
is inspired to be working together with 's many dedicated experts on a national disaster preparedness baseline assessment to create a safer, more disaster resilient Argentina! @Federation
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Pacific Disaster Center Oct 2
More exciting exchange between Pacific Disaster Center and 's multiple government agencies and NGO experts @Federation
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Erin Hughey 18 Jul 18
- always great working with you. Now let's get this published!
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Pacific Disaster Center 17 Jul 18
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Pacific Disaster Center 12 Jul 18
PDC–UNOCHA momentum is gaining! See how we are partnering in new ways to enhance worldwide disaster response capacity.
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Pacific Disaster Center 9 Jul 18
Like we said before, we are so impressed with the great work and collaboration happening through AfriGEOSS and glad to be a part of it! Read more at @StateDeptOES
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Javier Terán 4 Jul 18
Great meeting with Todd Bosse from today here in . We discussed data sharing between our platforms about datasets, and datasets and estimates. More coming soon to
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Pacific Disaster Center 3 Jul 18
Resilience: It's what we aim to achieve. Evidence-based disaster risk reduction is how we get there. Read more at:
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Hawaii EMA 3 May 18
Shelter is now OPEN at Pahoa Community Center for residents affected by the Kilauea lava threat.
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