Climate monitoring through satellites: How WFP’s PRISM provides real-time impact through open-source software

Amit Wadhwa and the Cloud to Street team meet with the Government of Sri Lanka’s National Building Research Organisation, to review areas at high risk to landslides. Photo: Cloud to Street/Jeff Ho
The upcoming deployment of PRISM in Mozambique combines weather station data collected by the national meteorological agency (INAM) with satellite-based estimates
PRISM Cambodia — visualizing the extent of floods alongside details from a field assessment conducted by the Cambodian National Committee for Disaster Management

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