Disaster Risk Reduction

Within the USAID Zrda Activity in Georgia, RDFG and DRR Center held a meeting with the representatives of the Akhaltsikhe and Aspindza Municipality City Halls

On May 10, 2019, Association Rural Development for Future Georgia (RDFG) and DRR Center of RDFG organized the working meetings with the representatives of the Akhaltsikhe and Aspindza Municipality City Halls. The events were held within the USAID Zrda Activity in Georgia and their main purpose was to introduce RDFG’s planned activities related to the

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On April 24-25, 2019, the Advisory board third meeting of the project on tailing safety in Armenia and Georgia was held

On April 24-25, 2019, the Advisory board 3rd meeting of the tailing safety project in Armenia and Georgia was held. The purpose of the event was to discuss current project activities, prepare recommendations on the legislation regulating tailing management facilities and TMF checklist methodology, review safety measures for tailings in the UNECE region and further

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First Donor Coordination Conference for the Development of the Civil Protection System Held in Georgia

More than 50 representatives from international donor organizations, diplomatic missions, government ministries and non-governmental organizations participated in a Donor Coordination Conference held on 19 October 2018 in Borjomi, organized by the RDFG Disaster Risk Reduction Center together with the Emergency Management Service. The conference was organized as part of the DRR Support component of the

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Under the RDFG and Eco Peace project, International training on tailing management was held in Armenia

The representatives of more than 13 countries of Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia took part in the seminars on TMF held in Tsakhkadzor in Armenia under the project “Assistance in safety improvement of tailings management facilities (TMF) in Armenia and Georgia” implemented by the Association Rural Development for Future Georgia (RDFG) in cooperation with Armenian

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Presentation of the results of the first phase of RDFG project

Association Rural Development for Future Georgia (RDFG) presented the results of the first phase of a transboundary project on environment protection, “Assistance in safety improvement of tailings management facilities (TMF) in Armenia and Georgia” to the project beneficiaries. The project aims to contribute to strengthening the national capacities of authorized agencies and industrial enterprises in

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New project of RDFG in the field of environment protection

New project has launched with the partnership of Association Rural Development for Future Georgia (RDFG). “Assistance in safety improvement of tailings management facilities (TMF) in Armenia and Georgia” project  goal is to contribute to the improvement and strengthening of national capacities of authorized / component agencies and industrial enterprises in Armenia and Georgia, to improve

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RDFG Trains Kvemo Kartli Representatives on Disaster Prevention

RDFG held a two-day disaster risk reduction training in Tbilisi for representatives of the Kvemo Kartli municipalities. The training was within the framework of Mercy Corps DRR program, a four-month program designed to build disaster risk reduction (DRR) capacity within the DRR Working Groups in local municipalities. The first part of the training was theoretical

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”RDFG” DRR Centre hands over the necessary equipment to the MIA Emergency Management Agency staff

On January 23, DRR Centre (Disaster Risk Reduction Centre) of the Association ”Rural Development for Future Georgia” (RDFG) handed over necessary equipment for responding chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear incidents to the MIA Emergency Management Agency staff at the Tbilisi sea rescue base in a festive atmosphere with the Polish Embassy representatives. Four cabins for

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NEMIS – National Emergency Management Information System

One of the greatest sources of vulnerability in Georgia is the high risk of natural and manmade disasters that also threaten the overall development of the country. Due to its geographic location and complex natural setting, Georgia is a highly disaster-prone country. Considering the national importance of reducing disaster risks and vulnerability to disasters and

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