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First field mission to Georgia and Armenia

29 November- 4 December, members of the PPRD East 3 team were able to conduct a first field visit to our partner countries Armenia and Georgia. The purpose of the mission was to select pilot areas, where we will implement programme activities.

The focus in the region is forest fires and their impact in a remote and vastly inaccessible areas. We were happy to receive support by our national counterparts, which opened doors to collaboration. The team was able to meet with stakeholders ranging from local branches of civil protection to the red cross, fire fighters, local governments and line ministries.

The first site inspection created a multi-stakeholder working environment, which will grant support in updating emergency plans and in the creation of an efficient Early Warning System and its overaching Early Warning to early Action Strategy.

Field mission from the Lori RegionPPRD East 3 team visiting partner countriesVisit with fire fighters

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We are testing the capacities of civil protection systems, learning from the past and preparing for future events.

Follow the link to watch how we have adapted the method for Table top Exercises in order to fulfill our commitment to the programme, despite of COVID-19 restrictions.

Practical Guidelines for integrating gender, human rights and environmental issues in Disaster Risk Management

Practical Guidelines for integrating gender, human rights and environmental issues in Disaster Risk Management

The Guidelines build upon global standards and best practices and present practical advice on how to integrate gender, human rights and environment into nine thematic areas of the programme. Examples of thematic areas include, training and exercises, Multi-Risk Assessments, Early Warning Systems, Public awareness, volunteerism and Host Nation Support. The document has been produced in collaboration with the PPRD East 3 programme experts and partner countries’ organisations to enhance the quality and relevance of the guidance. The Guidelines was produced as an interactive online resource and is available in English and Russian.

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