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Cohosted by the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR)-United Nations Operational Satellite Applications Programme (UNOSAT), World Health Organization (WHO) and Esri.

Maximize your organization’s impact


Delivering aid and relief in today’s interconnected society requires agility in the planning and delivery of missions for all types of emergencies. Join us to explore how GIS is enhancing response efforts and building the resilience needed to address the challenges of climate, crises and peace.

Dealing with crisis

Dealing with crisis

‏‏Learn how to prepare and respond to emergencies with a deeper understanding of the situation.

Adapting to climate change

Adapting to climate change

Discover how geospatial resources are being used to forecast, prepare, and adapt to a changing climate.

Fostering peace

Fostering peace

‏See how GIS and geospatial thinking can help create a better, more peaceful future for all.

Collaborative virtual learning


This year’s conference promotes virtual collaboration and learning with your peers in an online environment. Start building your resilience today with training opportunities and get inspired through new technology demonstrations.

Learn how to transform your organization

Learn how to transform your organization

Don't miss the inspirational Keynote Address and hear from guest speakers providing visionary thought leadership about the future of GIS in humanitarian affairs.

Explore Esri technology

Explore Esri technology

Watch and learn from technical workshops providing advanced training on Esri solutions you can immediately apply to your work.

Hear from leading humanitarian organizations

Hear from leading humanitarian organizations

Join us for five-minute talks from the world's leading humanitarian organizations and see how they are providing practical solutions to meet everyday challenges.

Connect with your peers around the world

Connect with your peers around the world

Inspire your audience by sharing success stories about how you are using GIS to enhance resiliency.

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