Satellites, partnerships, and dzud: How WFP brought PRISM to Mongolia

Herder looking over his sheep and goats.
Herder looking over sheep and goats, Baruunburen (Selenge province). Photo: WFP/Amit Wadhwa
Screenshot of Mongolia Data Cube
From space to the dashboard via the Mongolia Data Cube. Photo: WFP
API from Mongolia NSO
Where do herders live? Mongolia’s NSO API gives PRISM the latest. Photo: WFP
PRISM data
Measurements from the ground. PRISM connects to more than 300 stations to collect data on temperature, wind and precipitation. Photo: WFP

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