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PROJECTS

GEM’s collaborative network comprises more than 100 public and private institutions, which has led to GEM’s participation in more than 50 regional, national, and multilateral projects covering Europe, Middle East, South America, Central America, North America, Sub-Saharan Africa, Asia and the Pacific.

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Key Projects - 2013 and beyond

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ASCE Earthquake Loads Overseas (AELO)

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Ongoing

The project is carried out within a collaboration between GEM and the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), and is sponsored by the U.S. Department of State (DoS) and the U.S. Department of Defence (DoD). The aim of the project is  provide a web service for computing design ground motions (on rock and soil) that are compliant with the ASCE guidelines (ASCE 7-16, ASCE 41-17, ASCE 7-22, ASCE 41-23) for 500 locations worldwide.

Strengthening capacity on disaster risk assessment, reduction and transfer instruments in Mongolia

Status:

Completed

This project aims to support Mongolia to develop a set of key disaster risk information and knowledge products for mainstreaming Disaster Risk Management (DRM) into development, including on Disaster Risk Financing and Insurance (DRFI). 

Assessing the Risk Exposure of Road Network to Climate and Natural Hazard Risks in Solomon Islands

Status:

Completed

This project aims to conduct a robust multi-hazard risk assessment of the road network to climate and natural hazards in the Solomon Islands, both historically and under future climate projections.

Seismic Resilience Baseline Analysis and Investment Option Needs in Indonesia

Status:

Completed

This project, funded by the World Bank's GFDRR, aims to conduct a seismic baseline analysis to support the development of a potential national seismic risk mitigation program in Indonesia.

Seismic risk and exposure data for Turkey

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Completed

The World Bank is developing a thematic Paper on Building Climate and Disaster Resilience in Turkey that will apply a new World Bank Guidance Note on how to prepare resilience and adaptation strategies.

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