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Moldova

Civil Protection and Emergency Situations Service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Moldova

 

Programme Contact:

National Programme Chair: Anatol Viniciuc Colonel, Deputy Chief of the General Inspectorate for Emergency Situations.

National Focal Point: Serghei Puiu lt. colonel, Head of Planning and Monitoring Division of the General Inspectorate for Emergency Situations.

The working body of the government in civil protection is the Civil Protection
and Emergency Situations Service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
The basic tasks of Moldovan civil protection are:

  • To protect the population and property in the event of emergencies
  • To coordinate the activities of ministries, departments, public      authorities
         in the area of civil protection
  • To train and prepare the population to be able to cope with disasters
  • To carry out disaster response, including search and rescue
  • To mitigate the consequences of natural and man-made disasters.

Civil Protection in the administrative territorial entities (ATE), cities, towns and
villages are carried out by the heads of respective local public administration. The
Civil Protection and Emergency Situations Service is represented in the ATEs by
Directorates/Sections for Emergency Situations, as well as Civil Protection
specialists who carry out assigned tasks and measures in their territories. Civil
Protection forces include the search and rescue units of the Civil Protection and
Emergency Situations Service, the fire protection and rescue service, and
specialized teams from the ministries, state agencies, institutions and enterprises.

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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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