Development of a Web-based Tool for Disaster Risk Reduction:  A Dynamic Inoperability Input-Output Model for the Philippines
Proponents:  Krista Danielle Yu, Kathleen Aviso, Marites Tiongco, Michael Angelo Promentilla
Funding Agency:  Oscar M. Lopez Center for Climate Change Adaptation and Disaster Risk Management Foundation, Inc. (OML Center)

Duration:  February 2016 to April 2017

This project aims to develop a web-based, public domain software tool to provide policymakers with a scientific basis for assessing the socioeconomic impacts of natural disasters, including indirect “ripple effects” across various economic sectors. As a secondary objective, the project also aims to deploy and beta test the software tool through internet access, social media and formal training courses.

Features:
​Workshop on Modelling the Economic Impact of Disasters:  Static and Dynamic Analysis, January 20, 2017, Diamond Hotel, Manila.  More details here about the workshop.