Programme Reports2018-07-10T15:04:48+00:00

PROGRAMME REPORTS

IPA DRAM PROGRESS REPORT DECEMBER-MAY 2018

Disaster Risk Assessment and Mapping in Western Balkans and Turkey

Prepared by:

Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB)
Italian Civil Protection Department (DPC)
Administration of the Republic of Slovenia for Civil Protection and Disaster Relief (ACPDR)
National Protection and Rescue Directorate of the Republic of Croatia (NPRD)
CIMA Research Foundation, Italy

IPA DRAM implementing consortium

May 2018

IPA DRAM PROGRESS REPORT JUNE – NOVEMBER 2017

IPA DRAM Report November 2017

Disaster Risk Assessment and Mapping in Western Balkans and Turkey

Prepared by:

Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB)
Italian Civil Protection Department (DPC)
Administration of the Republic of Slovenia for Civil Protection and Disaster Relief (ACPDR)
National Protection and Rescue Directorate of the Republic of Croatia (NPRD)
CIMA Research Foundation, Italy

IPA DRAM implementing consortium

November 2017

IPA DRAM INCEPTION REPORT MAY 2017

Disaster Risk Assessment and Mapping in Western Balkans and Turkey

Prepared by:

Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB)
Italian Civil Protection Department (DPC)
Administration of the Republic of Slovenia for Civil Protection and Disaster Relief (ACPDR)
National Protection and Rescue Directorate of the Republic of Croatia (NPRD)
CIMA Research Foundation, Italy

IPA DRAM implementing consortium

May 2017

IPA DRAM BASELINE REPORT

The baseline report represents the fact-finding report from the missions to the Partner
countries and reports on the current state of play on each partner country regarding the following areas:
1) Institutional framework: Institutional and stakeholder mapping of relevant national
and local authorities, working groups and platforms, as well as private actors and civil
society organisations;
2) Legal and policy-framework: Legal frameworks, policies, and pre-conditions in line
with the EU Risk Assessment and Mapping Guidelines which promote national loss data
collection, in accordance with EU loss data Guidance, and encourage climate change
adaptation strategies;
3) Technical capacities: Availability of disaster loss databases, IT tools for supporting
disaster loss data collection and sharing; technological environment to enable the
installation of an Electronic Regional Risk Atlas (ERRA);
4) Methodological approaches: concepts and categorization of identified risks
including the scope or width of risk assessments and scoring criteria;
5) Coordination and cooperation: Existing mechanisms (platforms, projects etc.) and
tools used in the national risk assessment and mapping;
6) Available data on hazards and vulnerabilities: national risk assessments and
reports.