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Overview of the past Track I and Track II projects (390)

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TEAMS 3.0 builds on the achievements of Teams 1.0 and Teams 2.0 by involving new partners, experts and EU EMT organisations. It offers new scenarios and exercises for the TEAMS training package to train EMTs to respond to outbreaks, man-made disasters and other possible cross-border risks. ...

Místa realizace projektu
Italy
Sweden
Israel
Turkey
Norway
Portugal
Germany
Year awarded
2020

The goal of the project is to prepare a new, next generation information system for data collection, evaluation, processing and presentation with the help of AI for support in the process of response to natural and other disasters. This will be achieved by conducting a research and development...

Místa realizace projektu
Slovenia
Year awarded
2021

The Disaster Risk Management Capability Assessment drafted by the Government of Montenegro will enable a more realistic and comprehensive overview of technical, financial and administrative capacity in Montenegro for carrying out adequate risk assessment, risk management planning for prevention...

Místa realizace projektu
Montenegro
Year awarded
2021

The objective of the project is to contribute to improving the efficiency of the SFRS, maintaining and restoring life-saving capacity of the SFRS, in the long term, ensuring the continuity of the functions and tasks specified in the regulatory framework and the quality of the services to...

Místa realizace projektu
Latvia
Year awarded
2021

The project will deliver a feasibility study of the National Health Emergency Management System to reveal current systematic problems, assess upcoming risks and propose solutions. It will propose necessary regulatory, institutional and organisational changes; solutions for better emergency manage...

Místa realizace projektu
Lithuania
Year awarded
2021

The specific objective of the project is to strengthen internal cooperation and facilitate coordination in the area of civil protection and crisis management by making the systems for preventing, preparing for and responding to natural and man-made disasters more effective. The project will focus...

Místa realizace projektu
Belgium
Year awarded
2021

The Marine Pollution Control Simulator (MPCS) project aims to develop a cloud-based tool easily reachable through different platforms (mobile, tablet, or laptop), that provides training, response exercises, assessment, and performance evaluation of the marine pollution control...

Místa realizace projektu
Portugal
Spain
Year awarded
2021

The Evacuation Ready (EvRe) project aims to deepen cooperation between the Red Cross and Civil Protection Authorities by focusing on enhancing capacities for the set-up and organisation of evacuation centres and by collaborating with various emergency support services. The EvRe project will...

Místa realizace projektu
Finland
Latvia
Lithuania
Estonia
Year awarded
2021

The European Ground Motion Service (EGMS) aims to provide consistent, regular, standardised and reliable information about natural and anthropogenic ground motion phenomena over Europe and across national borders with millimetre accuracy. EGMS will distribute annually updated satellite...

Místa realizace projektu
Spain
Italy
Portugal
Belgium
Year awarded
2021

The NAMIRS project adopts a holistic approach to marine pollution incident management, at sea and on shore. NAMIRS will contribute to the prevention of, and protection from, the effects of maritime disasters in the North Adriatic Sea. ...

Místa realizace projektu
Italy
Slovenia
Croatia
Year awarded
2021

The SEE ME project aims to ensure that persons with disabilities have equal access to opportunities in emergency situations. Despite the adoption of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (2006) and the 2010-20 European Disability Strategy, persons with disabilities face ina...

Místa realizace projektu
Croatia
Slovenia
Montenegro
Year awarded
2021