Pacific Risk Information System (PacRIS), one of the largest collections of geospatial information for the Pacific. PacRIS contains detailed, country-specific information on assets, population, hazards, and risks. The exposure database leverages remote sensing analyses, field visits, and country specific datasets to characterize buildings (residential, commercial, and industrial), major infrastructure (such as roads, bridges, airports, ports, and utility assets), major crops, and population. PacRIS was established by the World Bank's Pacific Catastrophe Risk Financing and Insurance Initiative (PCRAFI) in 2012.
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