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