Resilience Academy begins with a group of dedicated problem-solvers
Extended team from local University partners in Tanzania and International partners around the world who are enthusiast to understand Resilience for Urban Changes.
From each University partner, the team is divided according to the Resilience Academy components for geospatial database, online courses and internship progrem in order to create young community that has skills and knowledge with free access of training materials at the same time be able to produce data and data scenarios that answers city resilience challenges.
- The Secretariat
- Climate Risk Database (CRD) Experts
- E- learning Experts
- Internship Program Experts
- Research and Innovation Experts
- All Experts
The Secretariat is formed by four Tanzanian leading coordinators from Ardhi University, University of Dar es Salaam, State University of Zanzibar and Sokoine University Agriculture under the lead from University of Turku.
Our project manager
Our CRD and digital assets leads
Our online learning support
Our expert for Climate Risk Database (CRD) are:
Our expert for E-learning are:
Our expert for Internship Program are:
Our expert for Research and Innovation are:
These are our all experts:
It is very important to build the capacity of the local Universities on how to collect data, to share data and to understand the data gap and the urban challenges as it is important to help to reach to a very nice decision that could build urban resilience
Young people have brilliant minds, they learn very fast, they can jump into anything, they are ready to learn and ready to practice and then these are the people who will be making decisions for the future.
Innovation can begin when we start to re imagine how we build our cities and realizing that the strongest solutions come from communities and their resident
Background: A lot is happening within the Resilience Academy. Among the latest developments, data quality standards of the Tanzania Urban Resilience Program (TURP) and the Climate Risk Database (CRD) and protocols related, has been identified and created. To...
Introduction Being a bachelor student from The University of Turku, doing a thesis is part of my studies. My name is Ohto, I am a student from The University of Turku. My interests have always been working on the Tanzania project in order to contribute to the...
A key part of resilience is understanding how individuals, households, and communities will respond to a changing climate. In the Msimbazi Valley of Dar es Salaam, many people have become accustomed to flooding and take steps to reduce the disruption that floods cause...