What Is It All About?

This platform is part of an initiative where the Government of Mozambique and the World Bank have been promoting the use of open geospatial data for government disaster risk management through the Open Data for Resilience Initiative to provide technical assistance to INGC (National Disaster Management Institute) for the management and use of geospatial data to fulfil their core mandate and activities, particularly regarding contingency planning and emergency response. The aim is to improve the capacity to respond to disasters and to build the resilience of key public infrastructure in hazard-prone areas.

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62 Layers

Click to search for geospatial data published by other users, organizations and public sources. Download data in standard formats.

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2 Maps

Data is available for browsing, aggregating and styling to generate maps which can be saved, downloaded, shared publicly or restricted to specify users only.

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1 Document

As for the layers and maps GeoNode allows to publish tabular and text data, manage theirs metadata and associated documents.

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45 Users

Geonode allows registered users to easily upload geospatial data and various documents in several formats.

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