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Area of Consultancy

Consultancy work in the field of climate change adaptation and mitigation, disaster risk assessment and management, and geospatial application involves providing expert advice, analysis, and support to organizations, governments, and communities in addressing the challenges posed by climate change and natural disasters. Here's a general description of each of these areas:


Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation

Providing technical advice to assist in developing strategies and plans to adapt to and mitigate the impacts of climate change through assessing vulnerabilities, identify risks, and recommend measures to enhance resilience. This involve conducting climate vulnerability assessments, analyzing climate data and trends, evaluating adaptation options, and designing sustainable mitigation strategies. 

Disaster Risk Assessment and Management

Assisting clients in understanding and reducing the risks associated with natural disasters by conducting risk assessments to identify potential hazards, assess vulnerability and exposure, and analyze potential impacts. These assessments will assist and support our client in developing disaster risk reduction strategies, emergency response plans, and disaster management frameworks. We also provide guidance on early warning systems, community preparedness, and post-disaster recovery and reconstruction efforts.


Geospatial Application

Our Geospatial consultancy service applies geographic information systems (GIS) and remote sensing technologies to address climate change and disaster-related challenges by analyzing and visualizing spatial data to understand the physical environment, identify vulnerable areas, and assess the impact of climate change and natural hazards. Our services include creating maps, models, and spatial databases to support decision-making processes, such as marine spatial planning, land-use planning, infrastructure development, and resource management.

Previous Project

Feasibilit Study for Enhancing Resilience of the Outer Island of Kiribati Project June to July 2022

Technical Consultant role in Geospatial Application to support the feasibility study by collecting and processing GIS data and producing maps detailing the current status of water facilities on three pilots islands which includes Makin, Aranuka and Tabiteuea South.  

Pacific Islands Emergency Alliance Project July 2022 to March 2023

National Consultant role for the Pacific Islands Emergency Alliance Project, implemented by the Pacific Community (SPC) and the Office of the President

Participatory Slum Upgrading Program (PSUP) III for Kiribati September 2022

Short-term Geospatial Consultant role to collect and process GIS data to produce up to date maps for flood spots, waste dumping sites, community and public infrastructures, population density and etc. Drone survey mapping was also carried out at the project pilot sites to capture recent maps. The Participatory Slum Upgrading Program (PSUP) III for Kiribati was implemented by the Ministry of Internal Affairs. 

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