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UNOSAT's latest LIVE maps can be seen below, these allow users to interact with UNOSAT's analysis in an intuitive and eye-catching manner, allowing easy visualisation of the affected areas, and allowing users to focus on what interests them most, giving a better local understanding of the situation. These maps are updated as new data is available over the course of an event.

The UNOSAT Flood Portal provides free access to satellite-derived flood data in GIS vector format. The portal includes data for flood events occurring since 2007 for which UNOSAT did satellite image analysis. You can find and freely load the flood data into online maps, ArcGIS and other GIS systems, such as Google Earth, to combine with your own data or do additional analysis - for example in support of disaster risk reduction.

In the list below can be found products and data produced by UNOSAT in response to natural disasters and crisis around the world since 2004 – it is sorted by country and then event code.

This page hosts maps and analytical reports produced by UNOSAT in support of international humanitarian assistance operations to respond to crises caused by natural disasters, conflict and other complex emergencies.