Over the week-long visit, the RainbirdGEO team along with representatives from Save the Children Korea and Save The Children Indonesia visited and surveyed residents and communities in the targeted areas to gain a better understanding of natural disaster risk and climate change situation.
This project aims to raise awareness of climate change and disaster risk among residents of 10 villages in the Bandung area through educational materials and a mobile app that provides early warning of potential hazards.
Indonesia is one of the developing countries that is reported to be particularly vulnerable to natural disasters and climate change. Through this project, RainbirdGEO hopes to make a meaningful contribution to supporting residents of the Bandung area to adapt to climate change and disaster risk.
RainbirdGEO is committed to providing accurate and timely information and services to help mitigate the impacts of natural disasters and climate change.
Estira TV (Indonesia) introduces RainbirdGEO in the project on Youtube
The Save The Children Indonesia Office
RainbirdGEO CEO Professor Yong-Sang Choi and Indonesian residents
RainbirdGEO Team and Indonesian residents
RainbirdGEO is a leading climate-related information and services provider. The company’s mission is to improve climate risk management capabilities and mitigate damage in developing countries in Asia. RainbirdGEO’s services include regionally tailored multi-hazard early warning systems, regional climate maps, API/FTP data analysis, and climate-related consulting services.
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