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Multi Level Risk Assessment

Disaster loss data are helpful in understanding the cost and impact of disaster events, and thus helps make informed policy decision to formulate and implement effective disaster management plans. This system built on open source architecture provides interactive interface to analyze historical disaster event and loss data base to draw policy relevant information.


The disaster event data is sourced from Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHA) which has been consolidated as reported by local chapters present in districts and village development committees (VDCs). Some level of quality check on data has been done prior to assimilation in the system.

Analytical tools

The system provides an interface to see disaster trends (event frequency, people killed, and estimated economic loss) for specific type or all disaster type between 2000 to April of 2014, at district or VDC level. Along with the bar chart, user can view statistics in tabular form or map form both by point and chloropleth symbology. In addition to above three elements, Disaster Damage Index (DDI) based on combination of all the three elements can also be viewed on the map to aid in prioritization process.


The SERVIR Project, NASA, USAID and ICIMOD make no express or implied warranty of this application and associated data as to the merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. Neither the US Government nor its contractors shall be liable for special, consequential or incidental damages attributed to this application and associated data.

For further information contact: menris@icimod.org
Mountain Environment Regional Information System (MENRIS)
International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development
http://www.icimod.org , http://geoportal.icimod.org

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Resilience parameters
Road Density
Population abroad
SLC or equivalent
Transport accessibility
Have toilet
Drinking water
RCC house
Health facility
Sensitivity parameters
Sex ratio
Dependency ratio
Child woman ratio
Hazard parameters
Flood frequency
HAND density
River density
Forest density