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Local Coordinators

The PPRD East 3 team is happy to announce that we have recruited local coordinators in Armenia, Georgia and Moldova.

Ms Anna Sargsyan is our Local Coordinator in Armenia.

Anna started her career in development projects, paving her way forward. She worked at the Ministry of Emergency Situations of RA and studied EU affairs majoring in the EU neighbourhood and Eastern Partnership policies.

“I perceive the importance of my role and believe it is extremely useful to be physically in the beneficiary country and coordinate the program directly from Armenia. This will ease things and make the processes faster. I really hope to bring my expertise to the program, be a valuable team member and contribute to program results. I am also looking forward to all the planned activities within the program to enhance the regional resilience to disasters, build capabilities of partner countries and increase interlinkages, cooperation within the region.”

Mr Kakha Mamuladze is our Local Coordinator in Georgia.

Kakha has worked in Disaster Management for many years and will continue to do so together with the PPRD East Experts and partners in this role.

“As Georgia is prone to many natural or man-made disasters, it is vitally important to increase and build Capacity of the Emergency Management Service of my country. This is exactly what PPRD East 3 program is implementing in Georgia. I am happy to be part of this great team and to contribute implementation of all related activities in the country." 

Mr. Sergiu Gradinaru is our Local Coordinator in Moldova. He has previously worked for ISGU and was the Local Coordinator during phase 2 of PPRD East programme. We look forward to introducing Sergiu further in the near future.

Welcome all three!

Project management

In this video, PPRD East 3 Team Leader Peter Glerum is explaining the overall programme objectives. We have chosen to focus on forest fire risks as it is a prominent risk in all partner countries. We focus on supporting the change from a response based approach to disaster management in an early warning, early action based multi-stakeholder approach. Integration of gender, human rights and environmental perspectives is key in the programme implementation.

Peter Glerum in a profile photo giving a quote on our apporach

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.

Read the document in english
Read the document in russian