SERVIR is a joint initiative of United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to help developing countries improve environmental management and resilience to climate change by strengthening the capacity of governments and other key stakeholders to integrate Earth Observation information and geospatial technologies into development decision-making.

NASA brings world class science and data from more than 20 satellites, and USAID brings development partners and relationships around the world to this unique program. SERVIR emphasizes the use of earth observations, environmental monitoring, and visualization tools to fill a key information gap in developing countries.  While SERVIR draws heavily from the latest in science and technology, the program is ultimately focused on development impact. Read More