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Full title: “Development of a joint partnership network of civil protection knowledge between the European Union, European Neighborhood Policy countries and international organizations - NET-CBRN-REACT.

Project duration: 18 months, from January 1, 2021, to July 1, 2022

Development partner: European Union, represented by the EU's Directorate-General for Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid (DG ECHO)

Consortium of project executors:

International Center for Chemical Protection and Security, Warsaw (Fundacja Miedzynarodowe Centrum Bezpieczenstwa Chemicznego) (ICCSS);
Secretariat of the Council of the Baltic Sea States, Stockholm, Sweden
Association of Fire Safety Works and Services, Lithuania (Priesgaisriniu Darbu ir Paslaugu Asociacija) (PDPA);
State Educational Establishment, University of Civil Protection of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the Republic of Belarus (UCPBY);
National University of Civil Defense, Kharkiv, Ukraine (National University of Civil Defense)
Lviv State University of Life Safety (LSU LS);
Inspectorate General for Emergencies, Moldova (Inspectoratul General Pentru Situatii de Urgenta) (DSEMD).

Project partner organizations:

Jordanian Armed Forces (JAF);
Kraków School of Postgraduate Students of the Polish Fire Service (Fire Service College, Krakow, Poland)
State Fire and Rescue Service of the Ministry of the Interior of Latvia (State Fire and Rescue Service, Ministry of Interior, Latvia);

Purpose, tasks, purpose, result:

The goal of NET-CBRN-REACT is to improve emergency response and crisis management in Eastern Europe and the Middle East by enhancing the effectiveness and efficiency of collective civil protection and disaster management efforts under the Joint Civil Protection Mechanism (JMC). Given the complex and ever-changing risks demonstrated by the COVID-19 pandemic, better preparedness and prevention, faster response and response to emergencies require better information collection, flow, improved knowledge sharing, expertise and skills to consolidate scientific evidence. NET-CBRN-REACT has been developed by international multi-stakeholders, a consortium of government, scientific, industrial and public beneficiaries from Belarus, Germany, Jordan, Lithuania, Moldova, Ukraine and Poland, as well as international agencies including the Baltic Sea Council and UN partners in Latvia. Coordination of humanitarian issues, the World Health Organization, the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons. The approaches of the developed emergency response scenarios will be applied in Eastern Europe and the Middle East and will involve specialists in civil protection and crisis management in various thematic areas. The project's research and evaluation of sound CBRN emergency preparedness and response practices will provide new opportunities for training and exercises, as well as an online network of experts to improve the Knowledge Network.
The project will promote the implementation of the UN Sendai Framework Program on Disaster Risk Reduction by providing a better understanding of disaster risks in Eastern Europe and the Middle East, and will help inform the EU during crisis management and other relevant policies.

Activities planned under the project:
The project envisages the implementation of two main activities: international seminars in Lviv (Ukraine) and Minsk (Belarus), which will help strengthen cooperation in disaster response between specialists in civil protection, crisis management, marine pollution, humanitarian and international actors organizations.

Activities that took place within the project in 2021:
On November 3, an online session was held in preparation for the first international seminar on November 25, 2021, at the Lviv State University of Life Safety;
press release of the first part of the international online seminar within the project NET-CBRN-REACT
The first part of the international online seminar within the NET-CBRN-REACT project took place on November 24

Useful links:
Union Civil Protection Knowledge Network;


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