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NH9.5/GMPV6.7/HS11.37/SM3.18/SSS13.61

Single and multi-hazard risk assessment and mitigation in developing countries: Challenges and opportunities for innovation (co-organized)PICO session
Convener: Faith Taylor  | Co-Conveners: Andreas Günther , Bruce D. Malamud , Massimiliano Pittore , Silvia De Angeli , Anna Lo Jacomo , Stefano Terzi 
PICO
 / Wed, 11 Apr, 10:30–12:00  / PICO spot 1

Wednesday, 11 April 2018
PICO spot 1
Building Resilience and Capacity

10:30–10:32
PICO1.1
EGU2018-16616
Working with local communities in the Caribbean to develop a smartphone app for near real-time hazard observations and decision-support. Highlight
Katy Mee, Melanie Duncan, Anna Hicks, Samantha Engwell, Steven Richardson, Richard Robertson, Idelia Ferdinand, Michelle Forbes, Colm Jordan, and Susan Loughlin
10:32–10:34
PICO1.2
EGU2018-14992
Prioritizing Multi-Hazard Vulnerability of School Facilities in Developing Countries Highlight
Carmine Galasso, Arash Nassirpour, and Dina D'Ayala
10:34–10:36
PICO1.3
EGU2018-2439
Hazard and risk assessment for the Ministry of Education and Higher Education (MEHE) in Lebanon (withdrawn after no-show)
Chadi Abdallah, Rita Der Sarkissian, Sara Najem, and Ghaleb Faour
10:36–10:38
PICO1.4
EGU2018-9155
The role of knowledge and institutional challenges to the adoption of sustainable urban drainage in Saudi Arabia: Implications for sustainable environmental development (withdrawn)
Ali Alahmari
10:38–10:40
PICO1.5
EGU2018-17619
Collaborative Methods for Disaggregating and Understanding Urban Risk in Africa
Faith Taylor, Bruce D Malamud, James Millington, Abdou Harouna, Aminatou Souleymane, Boureima Sanouna, Boubacar Soumana, Donnex Chalonga, Safia Verjee, and Miski Mohammed
Understanding Hazard and Risk

10:40–10:42
PICO1.6
EGU2018-14333
Challenges for developing strategies for natural hazard data collection in a poorly developed region with very low capacity: case study of the Kivu region in DR Congo
Fils Makanzu Imwangana, Olivier Dewitte, Caroline Michellier, Elise Monsieurs, and François Kervyn
10:42–10:44
PICO1.7
EGU2018-17189
Efforts by the ICSU Regional Office for Africa, NAM S&T Centre and AfricaArray to mitigate geohazards
Raymond J Durrheim, Daniel Nyanganyura, Richard Glover, Genene Mulugeta, Arun P Kulshreshtha, Andrew Nyblade, and Valerio Poggi
10:44–10:46
PICO1.8
EGU2018-13488
Probabilistic Flood Risk Assessment in Sub-Saharan African Countries
Silvia De Angeli, Eva Trasforini, Roberto Rudari, Lauro Rossi, and Lorenzo Campo
Complex Urban Problems

10:46–10:48
PICO1.9
EGU2018-8219
keep your models up-to-date: connecting community mapping data to complex urban flood modelling
Hessel Winsemius, Ivan Gayton, Elia Dominic, Andres Diaz Loaiza, Eskedar Gebremedhin, Mark Hegnauer, Dirk Eilander, and Philip Ward
10:48–10:50
PICO1.10
EGU2018-17491
Urbanized areas, natural hazard and risk in Rwanda.
Emmanuel Nduwayezu, Michel Jaboyedoff, Marc-Henri Derron, Antoine Guerin, François Nöel, Jean-Baptiste Nsengiyumva, and Emmanuel Twarabamenye
10:50–10:52
PICO1.11
EGU2018-1288
Identification of evacuation routes in Passi City, Philippines using Geographic Information System (GIS)
Jerico Mendoza, Joy Santiago, and Alfredo Mahar Francisco Lagmay
10:52–10:54
PICO1.12
EGU2018-7660
Integrative assessment of 20th century climate change observations: Identifying needs and barriers in adaptation to climate change-related hazards in urban areas
Sebastian Scheuer, Dagmar Haase, and Martin Volk
The Changing Climate

10:54–10:56
PICO1.13
EGU2018-2456
Climate change and disaster risk reduction in the Arab region: linkage of climate extreme events and disaster frequencies using stochastic geospatial models (withdrawn after no-show)
Chadi Abdallah, Samah Termos, Rita Der Sarkissian, and Tarek Sadek
10:56–10:58
PICO1.14
EGU2018-17718
Migration and adaptation under climate change in deltas
Attila Lazar, Helen Adams, Ricardo Safra De Campos, and Robert Nicholls
10:58–11:00
PICO1.15
EGU2018-19245
Multi-hazard and multi-risk in mountains - applying the IPCC-AR5 concept in practice
Stefan Schneiderbauer, Marc Zebisch, Kathrin Renner, Stefano Terzi, and Christian Kofler
11:00–12:00
Interactive presentations at PICO screens