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IRD has developed the RainCell app Bamako project, an Early Flood Warning System (EWS) for the city of Bamako. The project was carried out in partnership with the Civil Protection of Mali (DGPC ), MALI-METEO and the National Hydraulic Directorate (DNH ). Funded by the Korean Green Growth Fund (KGGTF, a trust fund managed by the World Bank, selection 1212152), RainCell app Bamako aims to demonstrate the feasibility of using the Rain Cell Africa method operationally in Bamako.


L' IRD a développé le projet RainCell app Bamako , un démonstrateur d'alerte précoce aux inondations pour la ville de Bamako. Le projet a été mené en partenariat avec la Protection Civile du Mali (DGPC ), MALI-METEO et la Direction Nationale de l'Hydraulique (DNH ). Financé par le Korean Green Growth Fund (KGGTF, un fonds fiduciaire géré par la Banque mondiale, sélection 1212152), RainCell app Bamako vise à démontrer la faisabilité de l'utilisation opérationnelle de la méthode Rain Cell Africa à Bamako.

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Mar 15, 2021
Alcoba Kait, Matias; Noumaguel, Nogmana; Cazenave, Frederic, 2021, "Rainfall dataset of the May 16 2019 flood event in Bamako, Mali", https://doi.org/10.23708/ZI0ONV, DataSuds, V1, UNF:6:NIECVHQc45Z8Ir42IELI/Q== [fileUNF]
On May 16 2019, an intense rainfall event led to devastating floods in Bamako, Mali. The Early Flood Warning System (EWS) Rain Cell app Bamako was partially operational. 6 rain gauges, spread over the city, recorded and sent rainfall intensities in real time. This text file conta...
Mar 10, 2021
Bouvier, Christophe; Chahinian, Nanée; Alcoba Kait, Matias; Dembélé, N'dji dit Jacques; Cazenave, Frédéric, 2021, "Simulated peak flow for the May 16 2019 flood event in Bamako, Mali", https://doi.org/10.23708/PDLP9F, DataSuds, V1
On May 16 2019, an intense rainfall event led to devastating floods in Bamako (Mali). The Rain Cell app Bamako was partially operational, with 6 rain gauges recording and sending in real time rainfall over the city of Bamako. This raster file in ASCII ESRI format contains peakflo...
Mar 9, 2021
Bouvier, Christophe; Chahinian, Nanée; Alcoba Kait, Matias; Dembélé, N'dji dit Jacques; Cazenave, Frédéric, 2021, "Simulated overbank flow for the May 16 2019 flood event in Bamako, Mali", https://doi.org/10.23708/RXSSDX, DataSuds, V1
On May 16 2019, an intense rainfall event led to devastating floods in Bamako (Mali). The Rain Cell app Bamako was partially operational, with 6 rain gauges recording and sending in real time rainfall over the city of Bamako. This raster file in ASCII ESRI format contains peakflo...
Mar 5, 2021
Dembele, N'dji dit Jacques, 2021, "Experience feedback (REX) of the May 16 2019 flood event in Bamako, Mali", https://doi.org/10.23708/CL3VFS, DataSuds, V1
On May 16 2019, an intense rainfall event led to devastating floods in Bamako, Mali. In the immediate aftermath of the flood event, the Laboratoire Hommes-Peuplements–Environments (Labo-HoPE research laboratory) collected data about the flooding process and mechanism as well as t...
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