UN Spider May newsletter update


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    Issue Date: Mon, 04/06/2012

    Link: http://www.un-spider.org/about/updates/un-spider-may-2012-updates

    The UN-SPIDER May 2012 Updates contain the following topics:

    UN-SPIDER at a glance:

    • Technical Advisory Mission to Cabo Verde: Call for experts
    • Space-based Information for Crowdsource Mapping: Join the Discussion Forum
    • UN-SPIDER continues to provide support to Pacific Island Countries
    • UNOOSA opens Regional Centre for Space Science and Technology Education for Western Asia
    • Follow-up training of Technical Advisory Mission in Cameroon
    • UNDP Africa Human Development Report Acknowledges UN-SPIDER
    • UN-SPIDER participates in development fair “Engagement connects”
    • UN-SPIDER participates in Workshop on Use of Space Applications in Humanitarian Operations
    • New section on the Knowledge Portal


    News from our Regional Support Offices

    • IGAC and Colombian Calamities National Fund sign agreement
    • Károly Róbert College and Hungarian National Directorate General for Disaster Management strengthen cooperation
    • CATHALAC: First National SMIT Workshop


    News from our Community

    • Envisat: ESA declares end of its mission
    • International Charter activated for volcano eruption in Guatemala
    • International Charter activated for floods in China
    • Publication: Ecosystem Approach to Disaster Risk Reduction
    • International Charter: New issue of newsletter available


    Upcoming Events

    • Postponed: United Nations International Expert Meeting on Crowdsource Mapping
    • 55th session of COPUOPS
    • UNOOSA organizes Rio+20 side event “Space for Sustainable Development”
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