Digital Earth Africa Zanzibar mangroves project receives recognition at GEO Week 2022

DE Africa's Dr Kenneth Mubea accepting the award on stage with Khairiya Masoud from The State University of ZanzibarAt GEO Week 2022, Digital Earth (DE) Africa won a Sustainable…
07 Nov 2022

Digital Earth Africa presents on Operational Services in Africa at GEO Week 2022

The Digital Earth (DE) Africa team presented at GEO Week on the value and uptake of our tools and services, demonstrating DE Africa's impact, support of the GEO Program and…
02 Nov 2022

Monitoring coastal erosion in Africa using Earth Observation Data

Monitoring coastline change in the Nile River Delta using Coastlines on DE Africa maps. Coastal erosion is a natural phenomenon, further impacted by human factors. In West Africa…
26 Oct 2022

Digital Earth Africa engagement on climate action in Zimbabwe

Digital Earth Africa (DE Africa) joined the Australian Ambassador for Zimbabwe in Harare on 18th October 2022 for a roundtable discussion on climate and food security with Non-…
20 Oct 2022

Digital Earth Africa launches Program Management Office on the African continent

To mark the transition of the Digital Earth (DE) Africa Program to the continent and being African-led, government and private sector officials, DE Africa Governing Board…
18 Oct 2022

Forging partnerships through collective collaboration: Digital Earth Africa signs MoU with Esri

Digital Earth Africa signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Esri, the global market leader in geographic information system (GIS) software. The MoU, signed in Pretoria,…
06 Oct 2022

Digital Earth Africa at the RCMRD International Conference 2022

Digital Earth Africa (DE Africa) was honoured to participate at the fifth Regional Centre for Mapping for Resources for Development (RCMRD) International Conference (RIC2022) from…
23 Sep 2022

Digital Earth Africa at the NAP Expo 2022

Digital Earth Africa (DE Africa) was delighted to participate in the National Adaptation Plans  (NAP) Expo 2022 in Gaborone, Botswana, in partnership with the Group on Earth…
01 Sep 2022

Digital Earth Africa tools and services enable effective regulation of mining activities

Digital Earth Africa tools and services can support the prevention of unregulated gold mining activity in Africa, adding at least US$900 million to the African economy annually…
26 Aug 2022

Monitoring coastal erosion at Saly Portudal resort, Mbour-Senegal

Coastal erosion is a natural phenomenon. It typically occurs due to a combination of the energy produced by waves, wind and ocean currents. However, a decrease in sediment,…
23 Aug 2022