UNDP/Japan Project to Accelerate Digitalization in DRR
As the world grapples with the COVID-19 pandemic, digital technologies are helping people to stay connected. The UN Secretary-General's Roadmap for Digital Cooperation paves the way to promote a safer and more equitable digital world, one which will lead to a brighter and more prosperous future for all. The roadmap aims to achieve universal connectivity by 2030, ensuring digital inclusion for all, including the most vulnerable. UNDP is splicing digital into its corporate DNA—harnessing its potential to do good for more people, better and faster. In Asia and the Pacific, we are using data for a digital transformation to reduce disaster risks and help people understand what happened, why it happened, and how to respond, prepare and recover. We work for better data management, ensuring everyone can access and share the data they need to protect themselves and save their livelihoods.
DX4Resilience is helping vulnerable communities to become more resilient by using technology to better respond, prepare and recover from disasters in Asia-Pacific. The initiative is a partnership between UNDP and the Government of Japan and being implemented in Indonesia, Nepal, Philippines and Sri Lanka.
DX4Resilience: Connect, Innovate, Accelerate
DX4Resilience connects people and technology by digitalizing and integrating disaster data and new technologies to prepare better and recover faster; DX4Resilience innovates by finding new solutions to support vulnerable groups to increase their preparedness and responses; DX4Resilience accelerates the digital transformation by enhancing private sector cooperation and adopting the best technology available.
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