Integrated Digital Assessments
The United Nations Development Programme’s (UNDP), through its Crisis Bureau (CB), contributes to improve the quality and impact of its support to governments by developing end-to-end digital assessment tools.
Here is what we do
UNDP has developed a Household and Building Damage Assessment (HBDA) Toolkit to support authorities in crisis-affected countries around the world, to assess residential and non-residential infrastructure and collect timely data to inform decisions. The HBDA will also inform prioritization for risk-informed rehabilitation and rebuilding.
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has developed the digital Socio-economic Impact Assessment (SEIA) to provide governments with comprehensive and timely information for evidence-based decision-making that would respond to the needs of the affected populations and enterprises in the immediate, medium and long-term.
The latest news
UNDP at the Paris Peace Forum 2020
New York, USA — In less than a month, at the third edition of the Paris Peace Forum (PPF 11 -13 Nov 2020) the international community will gather to build forward better from the COVID-19 pandemic. All actors of global governance are invited to participate on the exclusive digital platform.
New solutions to manage uncertain times: how to prevent the collapse of the social fabric and recover together from COVID-19
The digital technology enables the collection of data at scale on smart devices (phones and tablets). Data is then geo-referenced — with visualization dashboards and real-time maps — and can be tracked over time to adapt policy measures to the changing needs on the ground and to the local evolution of the pandemic.
UNDP in Paris Peace Forum—a proud partner to contribute in the “Space for Solutions”
Together with partners, UNDP has conducted 117 socioeconomic impact assessments through the Digital Socio-Economic Impact Assessment (SEIA) tool. The data is visualized on dashboards and digital maps that offer almost real time insights to decision makers on recovery policies and interventions.
Accompanying the Lebanese people along their recovery journey
The explosion in the port on August 4 continues to shake the lives of people in Beirut and across Lebanon. In the aftermath of the disaster, UNDP is focusing on maintaining continuity between its immediate response and longer-term recovery.