The Open Data Portal is a pioneering effort to provide free and open geospatial data for the Lower Mekong region. The platform is built on ESRI technology with the goal of making geospatial data available to decision makers in the region in a format consistent with their operations. It is an open source platform that facilitates the creation, sharing, and collaborative use of geospatial data.

The Open Data Portal is an initiative of SERVIR-Mekong that aims to improve environmental management and resilience to climate change in the Lower Mekong region through the increased application of geospatial analysis to critical, urgent, or common policy and planning needs. It leverages space-based technologies to help communities develop local solutions to global issues. SERVIR-Mekong equips governments, regional institutions and other key stakeholders in the Lower Mekong countries to employ publicly-available satellite imagery and geospatial technologies such as mapping and analysis software. This information is essential for improving environmental management and building greater resilience to the negative effects of climate change. Learn more about SERVIR-Mekong at our website:

Created by Aha-Softfrom the Noun Project
Food Security
Created by Patrick Morrisonfrom the Noun Project
Weather and Climate
Created by Krisadafrom the Noun Project

Water Resources
and Disasters
LC/ LU and Ecosystem
Created by Anusha Narvekarfrom the Noun Project
Base Layers

SERVIR-Mekong is developing tools and applications that leverage state-of-the-art remote sensing technologies and are integrated with the open data portal. These tools are being built using a demand-driven process and is organized around an open call system.