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PPRD EAST 1

Programme on Prevention, Preparedness and Response to man-made and natural Disasters in the ENPI East Region (PPRD East) is an Eastern Partnership Flagship Initiative. 

THE PROGRAMME IS FINANCED BY THE European Union

Budget: 6 million EUR

Helene Pans created a new WIKI page 16 May 2019

You will find below useful links to search information or documents about the Partners countries, the EU and EU funded projects and initiatives. 

 

Partner Countries

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NEWS AND PUBLICATIONS

 

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Helene Pans created a new WIKI page 16 May 2019

PPRD East 1 Communication Strategy aimed to increase public awareness about existing disaster risks along with possible preparedness arrangements to cope with them.

Helene Pans created a new WIKI page 16 May 2019

In most EU Member States, civil protection volunteers play a vital role in preparing for and responding to emergencies.

Helene Pans created a new WIKI page 16 May 2019

Helene Pans created a new WIKI page 16 May 2019

The PPRD East Electronic Regional Risk Atlas (ERRA, http://erra.pprd-east.eu/) is an internet based tool designed to store hazard, vulnerability and exposure data including critical infrastructures, visualize disaster risk map

Helene Pans created a new WIKI page 16 May 2019

In a disaster relief situation, how do national authorities negotiate and deal with international actors to maximise the response impact? A two-day simulation exercise took place in Yerevan on 17-18 May.

Helene Pans created a new WIKI page 16 May 2019

In a disaster relief situation, how can national authorities negotiate and deal with international actors to maximise the response impact? A two-day simulation exercise took place in Tbilisi on 6-7 April.

Helene Pans created a new WIKI page 16 May 2019

In a disaster relief situation, how do national authorities negotiate and deal with international actors to maximise the response impact? A two-day simulation exercise took place in Minsk on 29-30 March.

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