The Open Data for Resilience Index assesses the state of open data for disaster risk management across the globe. It provides a list of key datasets that are needed for reducing vulnerability and building resilience to natural hazards, and that should be made available as open data for any country. Anyone can contribute to the index by submitting information on a dataset.
The Open Data for Resilience Index is managed by the Open Data for Resilience Initiative (OpenDRI). Together with other tools and initiatives such as ThinkHazard!, Geonode, Inasafe and the Understanding Risk community, it aims at improving risk information through better access to data.