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Project Members

The project membership offers a multi-stakeholder and whole-government approach bringing together capacities and potential of government institutions, academia, non-profit organizations and NGO’s, industries, and international organizations. National and international civil protection, legal and administrative, and academic assets are included by partners. They combine relevant experience, capacities, academic and operational expertise, in areas of civil protection and chem-bio threat reduction. They possess relevant national and international contacts and conduct education, research, and operational activities. This multi-stakeholder participation with multi-discipline and sound national and international backgrounds guarantees the cost-effective and result oriented approach and achievement of project deliverables. Invited International Consortium Members (Beneficiaries) and Roles (in addition to participation in all project activities):

  1. The General Inspectorate for Emergency Situations of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Moldova, http://www.dse.md – possesses CBRN and natural disaster response capacities and experience in organization and conduct of exercises;

  2. Feuerwehr Dortmund -Dortmund Fire Service - possesses CBRN and natural disaster response capacities and experience in organization and conduct of exercises;

  3. Lviv State University of Life Safety, Ukraine, https://ldubgd.edu.ua/ is a national leading education and training facility in fire service, with broad competence in substantive and support staff, and a modern technical base, to conduct exercises; host of First Seminar

  4. National University of Civil Defence of Ukraine - is a national education leading civil protection facility in Ukraine, with broad competence in substantive and support staff

  5. The State Educational Establishment "University of Civil Protection of the Ministry for Emergency Situations of the Republic of Belarus, beneficiary: http://www.ucp.bya national leading education and training facility in civil protection, and a centre to conduct national and international activities, including exercises; Host of Second Workshop;

  6. Fire Safety Works and Services Association in Lithuania, http://www.pdpa.lt – offers technical experience, technology capacities and contacts to conduct practical activities in crisis management;

UN and International Dimension

The project provides for a broad geographical focus and audience. A broad geographic focus is secured by bringing partners from EU, Eastern Europe and the Middle East, and relevant international organisations.

Since the project delves common training and exercise templates in CBRN prevention, preparedness and response, interaction between countries, the EU and international organizations, will be secured.

Participation of international organisations, including UN OCHA, OPCW, as partners, and CBSS as Member, will ensure that countries around the world would get access to the project results and will benefit from the project.

Since CBRN emergencies, natural disasters and climate change, do not recognize borders, the project get support, engage and address local, national, regional and global stakeholders, including UN, OPCW, and other international agencies.

  • UN OCHA – coordination of effective and principled humanitarian action;

  • OPCW – alleged use of chemical weapons and international assistance in case of use of chemical weapons;

The project will contribute to the implementation of the UN Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction by providing a better understanding of disaster risks in regions of Eastern Europe and the Middle East. It will contribute to a disaster risk informed approach to EU emergency management and other relevant policies.

Project Partners

The project provides for a broad geographical focus and audience. A broad geographic focus is secured by bringing partners from EU, Eastern Europe and the Middle East, and relevant international organisations.

The project partners support the view that the concept of broad CBRN, natural and climate change, trainings and exercises and development of experts networks, will be “rolled out” to other countries, regions and international organisations. This will be a tool to assist them in raising awareness of CBRN, natural and climate change threats, which require a broader international cooperation. The project partners will enhance and promote uses of Union Civil Protection Mechanism (UCPM), EU tools and Knowledge Network.

  • Jordan Armed Forces (JAF) - possesses CBRN and natural disaster response capacities and experience in organization and conduct of exercises;

  • Fire Service College, Krakow, Poland, http://www.sapsp.pl, is a national leading education and training fire service facility with broad competence in substantive and support staff

  • State Fire and Rescue Service, Ministry of Interior, Latvia, https://www.vugd.gov.lv/; possesses CBRN disaster response and operational capacities and experience on use of UCPM –

Synopsis

NET-CBRN-REACT project unites partners from Eastern Europe and Middle East in implementing the Union Civil Protection Knowledge Network (hereafter "Knowledge Network").

NET-CBRN-REACT is contributing to the implementation of the Knowledge Network as an inclusive platform of shared knowledge and expertise, good practices and networking in order to establish common understanding and shared culture of prevention, preparedness and response in civil protection and disaster risk management in the EU and the wider Neighbourhood.

Contacts

International Centre for Chemical Safety and Security
Leszno 8/1 01-192 Warsaw
 +48 22 436 20 44
www.iccss.eu


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