Asian Development Bank – Indonesia – Training Session 1
Space technology to support rehabilitation and reconstruction in Central Sulawesi
The aim of the collaboration between EO4SD-DRR and ADB, has been to support the last one´s requests in support to the Master Plan for Recovery and Reconstruction for Central Sulawesi launched by the Indonesian Government, after the earthquake event of 7.5 magnitude that struck Sulawesi Island in September 2018.
The training provided is focused on the stakeholders: IFIs technical team leaders, decision-makers, managerial representatives of Client states (i.e. DRM authorities, Ministries, Agencies). The aim of this session was to explain the products focusing on the relevant outcomes of the services (including limitations) and the utility and benefits they may bring to the IFIs and Client States.
The EO4SD DRR team held the first workshop in Jakarta from 19th to 21st of June 2019 attended by more than 60 participants from the Ministry of Public Works and Housing (MPWH), BAPPENAS, BNPB or LAPAN. With the following topics
- Outcomes of the first batch of EO services: Land Use/Land cover, night light mapping, and flood susceptibility.
- Ground motion maps through the Rheticus® platform and basic principles of SAR technology.
- GEP capabilities and hands-on training session. Conducted by BRGM.
It was detected the willingness of receiving more formation and the delegation stressed the intention of long-term cooperation between ESA and the Government of Indonesia.
Event category: Broad scope
IFI: Asian Development Bank
Cluster´s partners involved: Planetek, BRGM and Indra
Main user: Government of Indonesia, Ministry of Agrarian Affairs and Spatial Planning / National Land Agency (BAPPENAS), Ministry of Public Works and Housing (MPWH)
Other users involved: Government of Indonesia, Geospatial Information Agency – Badan Informasi Geospatial (BIG), LAPAN National Institute of Aeronautics and Space, BNPB
Number of participants: >40
Official language: English
Download the Training Session 1 agenda
Closure of the first workshop in Jakarta