Cholera-disease risk information has been critical to bringing rapid humanitarian response forward to reduce the spread of an epidemic before it peaks, and help people cope and recover better and faster.
In the last decade, 82 countries reported cholera cases worldwide. Yet, only 11% of these countries integrated disease-risk warnings under their adaptation measures for the Paris Agreement.
Here, we want to assess how Earth Observation (EO) applications for cholera-risk information can help to support climate adaptation and so reduce impact and risk to human health.
1. Identify main users and stakeholders
2. Assess availability and current usage of cholera-risk information
3. Understand potential opportunities and future needs of EO applications for cholera-risk information
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