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Collect Earth Online tool
Thanks to the support of SERVIR – a joint NASA and USAID initiative – their Collect Earth Online (CEO) tool has removed barriers to operationalizing the Digital Earth Africa validation strategy.
Lake sulunga
Desertification and Drought Day, observed every year on 17 June, is led by the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (UNCCD) to promote international efforts of combating desertification and drought. Today we join the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) Tanzania to share how Earth…
Sentinel-2 of the Betsiboka Estuary
The Digital Earth Africa (DE Africa) platform now has operational analysis-ready Earth observation (EO) data over Africa, using free and open images captured by the European Space Agency’s (ESA) Sentinel-2 satellites.
mangroves
Today is World Environment Day, observed every year on 5 June to raise awareness of protecting our planet. The theme for 2020 is Biodiversity: Time for nature. To celebrate, we take a look at how Earth observations (EO) are supporting Tanzania to make data driven decisions on conserving the…
ARDC and DE Africa
This week we kick off a series of introductory workshops as part of the transition to Digital Earth Africa from the Africa Regional Data Cube.
data validation
Dr Meghan Halabisky is leading the development and implementation of the DE Africa validation strategy, and shares the approach of achieving confidence in the data while highlighting any limitations.
Diverse across Africa
Digital Earth Africa (DE Africa) is developing a Gender Equality, Diversity and Social Inclusion (GEDSI) Strategy to ensure the program delivers transformative outcomes for all Africans.
message from team
Digital Earth Africa (DE Africa) is committed to continued progress and supporting Africa in its response to COVID19.
Edward Boaham profile picture
Last month we welcomed Edward Boamah to the Digital Earth Africa Establishment team as our Technical Manager based in Ghana.
Remote sensing image of water data
A new initiative funded by The Helmsley Charitable Trust spawns IWMI partnership with Digital Earth Africa, leveraging Earth observation data to enhance the ability of African Governments, communities and companies to better manage their water.