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Using data to save lives when disasters strike

Cambodia is located in one of the most disaster-prone regions in the world — natural disasters, changing weather patterns and climate change can have severe effects on families and their ability to reach enough food.
For farmers in rural Cambodia, knowing in advance that a storm is coming or flooding is predicted could be the difference in saving their livelihoods if not their very lives.

Working with the Government of Cambodia’s National Committee for Disaster Management, the World Food Programme (WFP) launched the Platforms for Real-time Information SysteMs (PRISM) initiative in 2015. PRISM is a hub of information on Cambodia, using an interactive online map to pool data from government ministries and vulnerable people.


Learn more about the Platforms for Real-time Information SysteMs (PRISM) here.