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Open data for resilience initiative: planning an open cities mapping project

Source(s):  Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery, the (GFDRR)
World Bank, the (WB)

This guide offers a comprehensive understanding of the design and implementation of an Open Cities mapping project—for both practitioners in the field and those interested in a higher-level understanding of the process. The guide’s content is based on experience in implementing the initial Open Cities projects in Bangladesh, Nepal, and Sri Lanka as well as on previous mapping project experience. Where relevant, it provides relevant examples from those projects in the text and full case studies at the end of guide.

The Open Cities Project was launched in November 2012 to create open data ecosystmes that will facilitiate innovative, data-driven urban planning and disaster risk management in cities. This guide offers a comprehensive understanding of the design and implementation of an Open Cities mapping project for both practitioners in the field and those interested in a higher-level understanding of the process. The guide's content is based on experience in implementing projects in Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka and includes case studies.



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  • Open data for resilience initiative: planning an open cities mapping project
  • Publication date 2014
  • Author(s) Forni, M.; Haack, J.; Soden, R.; York, D.; Sommerville, R.; Deparday, V.
  • Number of pages 96 p.

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