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Prepare to respond - Disaster risk reduction in emergencies

  • Type: Training Course
  • Date: 03-07 Sep 2012
  • Location: Czech Republic (Prague)
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By the end of the five day course participants will be able to describe the components of disaster risk management, identify community vulnerability and capacities to deal with natural hazards, have strategies to strengthen the role of different organisations and groups in disaster risk management and be aware of the role of local aid workers in disaster management and additional needs to strengthen their participation in overall mechanism of disaster risk reduction.

Additional information


What is included in the event fee

- EUR 50*(EUR 10 per day): For individuals working in and organisations from the following countries: Albania, Bosnia Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Kosovo, Lithuania, Latvia, Macedonia, Malta, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey.

- EUR 200* (EUR 40 per day): For individuals and organisations outside these countries.

The training is fully funded and includes all training materials and accommodation with full board (from the evening prior to the training untilCoL the morning after the training ends), however you will need to cover costs incurred travelling to and from the training.

*This fee is non refundable.

How to register

The booking deadline for this course is 14 July 2012.

In cases of over subscription priority will be given to participants from new EU member states and Croatia.

Your place on the course will be confirmed after the application deadline, upon confirmation please pay the registration fee immediately to secure your place.


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