Vanuatu GeoNode is an open source platform for sharing geospatial data and maps. The platform was deployed as part of the PARTneR (Pacific Risk Tool for Resilience) project, which is working with Pacific communities to predict, plan and prepare for the harm caused by disasters, using geospatial data and tools to estimate impacts and losses from natural hazards.

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5 Maps

Data is available for browsing, aggregating and styling to generate maps which can be saved, downloaded, shared publicly or restricted to specify users only.

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3 Documents

As for the layers and maps GeoNode allows to publish tabular and text data, manage theirs metadata and associated documents.

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32 Users

Geonode allows registered users to easily upload geospatial data and various documents in several formats.

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