An Eye in Space: USAID/NASA SERVIR Project

SERVIR Global is a joint partnership between NASA and USAID that provides predictive models and satellite observations for Africa, the Himalayan region, and Mesoamerica to improve decision-making around disaster management, extreme weather, changes to land cover and other environmental threats. SERVIR also aims to inform adaptation strategies for countries coping with impacts of climate change. 

Projects
SERVIR
Sectors
Adaptation
Strategic Objective
Adaptation
Topics
Weather, Adaptation
Region
Global

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