The project will develop a new national risk assessment methodology, taking into account projections of emerging risks and new methods.
Developing Wildfire Prevention and Emergency Response Plans (F-PERPs) for Forest Villages to Enhance Climate Adaptation and Mitigation.
Feasibility study on the evaluation of the current situation and development of solutions for the introduction of the optimal model for the further provision of forest fire protection and fire-fighting functions in public and private forests in Latvia.
Enhancing human and technical aspects of public warning and crisis communication.
National Risk Assessment in North Macedonia (NRA MK).
The project will develop a risk management plan and risk management capabilities for large scale nuclear and radiological emergencies.
Establishment of comprehensive civil protection and disaster management training for governmental institutions, civil protection commissions of municipalities, universities, SFRS Fire Safety and Civil Defence College, as well as establishing safety advice for the public.
Study on Development and Management of State Material Reserves and Resources of the Sector’s Material and Technical Means for the Implementation of Disaster Management Measures and Overcoming Sectoral Hazards.
Integrated interventions in disaster risk management.
The project will integrate ecosystem-based approaches into disaster risk management policies and strategies, and mainstream those approaches at local, regional and national levels.
Development of a Spanish national disaster loss database (IMPACTO).
Development of a Long Term Wildfire Prevention Framework for Istanbul Forest Region - The Implementation Phase with an Emphasis on Green Growth.
Preparation of Risk Reduction Guide for Disasters Due to Climate Change in Cultural Heritage Sites of Turkey and A Model Implementation
Analysis of the needs and requirements for making a Crisis Information Management System internationally and cross-border usable within the Benelux (BE)
Analysis of the needs and requirements for making a Crisis Information Management System internationally and cross-border usable within the Benelux and Nordrhein-Westfalen.
Track 1 - Technical Assistance for the Enhancement of the Civil Protection System in Croatia - TA for CP (HR).
Track 1 - Grant for disaster risk management in Lithuania (LT).
Track 1 - Research of State Fire and Rescue Service structure and capacity, assessment of the current situation, analysis of functions and tasks for the development and implementation of a long-term development strategy of SFRS (LV).
Track 1 - Disaster Risk Management Capability Assessment (ME).
Reorganisation of information and communication system in the field of protection against natural and other disasters / disaster risk management with the use of artificial intelligence.
Preparation of an investment project proposal addressing disaster risk management due to possible threats from a Belarussian nuclear power plant (LT) - Track I
The Aid to Prioritize Fire Prevention Efforts (FirePrev) project in Denmark aims to reduce building fires and encourage smarter spending.
The ‘High Level Crisis Management Courses’ project in Estonia supports the development of a training programme to increase the preparedness of the national crisis system by involving local authorities, municipalities, crisis-management policymakers, and public and private sectors.
Feasibility studies on the promotion of better practice and raising capacity of State Fire and Rescue Service of Latvia
Feasibility studies on the promotion of better practice and raising capacity of State Fire and Rescue Service of Latvia - Track I.
Stakeholders Networking for Multi-risk and Climate Resilient Strategic Framework in Disaster Management (SK)
Stakeholders Networking for Multi-risk and Climate Resilient Strategic Framework in Disaster Management (SK) - Track I.
The Effect of Climate Change on Critical Infrastructures Specifically for the Energy Sector in Pilot Region: İzmir – Aliağa (TR)
Track I - The Effect of Climate Change on Critical Infrastructures Specifically for the Energy Sector in Pilot Region: İzmir – Aliağa (TR) - Track I
Development of a Long-term Wildfire Prevention Framework for Istanbul Forest Region – Track 1