Disaster Management Network in the Danube Region
How do we deal with disasters in the Danube Region?
Macro-regional approach for better preparedeness and response
“I truly believe in coordination and preparedness. Therefore, we are working on building a network in the Danube Region, which would give flexibility and guidance at the same time, so the members can rely on a clear process and procedures. Our mission is to ensure and encourage the members of this network to engage in joint preparedness and response activities. As we face similar hazards in our region, we have resources to support our neighbours.” Kinga Perge, Project Coordinator of DiMaND (Budapest Firefighter Association)
Final event of DiMaND project was held at Odorheiu Secuiesc, Romania hosted by Harghita Volunteer Firefighter Association. First day’s humanitarian seminar was hely by the
DiMaND network’s Disaster Response Workshop took place in Plovdiv, Bulgaria hosted by the National Association of Volunteers in the Republic of Bulgaria. The event was
Long-term Impacts of Flooding Events Observed Through Focus Groups in Flood Experienced Urban Communities in Hungary
(2017)Record level floods have long lasting effects on local communities and individuals, who experienced them. Depending on the actual circumstances these events might put people