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CE-DAT website launched

The new version of the Complex Emergency Database (CE-DAT) website has been launched. It offers an interface that allows users to access CE-DAT data through a map portal and a timeline tool. The CE-DAT Complex Emergency Monitor also provides an overview of the nature of mortality in complex emergencies.

Access the website at http://www.cedat.be

The latest issue of the CE-DAT Scene newsletter is available at: http://www1.cedat.be/Documents/Newsletter/newsletter_apr08.pdf

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CE-DAT website launched. Field Exchange 33, June 2008. p18. www.ennonline.net/fex/33/cedat

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