Evreca! First Team Leaves for its Mission
Targets of the activities will be the most vulnerable communities of the states of Barbados and Grenada.
The first team will provide an assessment report according to which the following teams will have to implement capacity-building activities and training modules for volunteer trainers.
The first group, out of 3 of Civil Protection (CP) volunteers participating in the project EVRECA! Project is about to leave fot its mission. The project, which for the first time involves CP volunteers in a European project, is funded by the European Union (DG ECHO). The leader of the project is the Italian Civil Protection Department. Participating partners are:
- Centro Internazionale in Monitoraggio Ambientale (Italy)
- Associazione Nazionale Pubbliche Assistenze (Italy) Corpo Italiano di Soccorso dell’Ordine di Malta (Italy)
- Asociația Serviciul de Ajutor Maltez în România (Romania)
- Arbeiter-Samariter-Bund Deutschland e.V.(Germany)
- Croce Rossa Italiana (Italy)
- Societatea Națională de Cruce Rosie din România (Romania)
- Magyar Máltai Szeretetszolgálat (Hungary)
Activities will be facilitated and supported by local associates associates:
- The Caribbean Institute for Meteorology and Hydrology (CIMH)
- The National Disaster Management Agency (NaDMA) of Grenada
- The Department of Disaster Management of the British Virgin Islands (DDM)
The 16 selected volunteers have been divided into three teams: Alpha, Bravo and Charlie.
The first team will provide an assessment report according to which the following teams will have to implement capacity-building activities and training modules for volunteer trainers. Targets of the activities will be the most vulnerable communities of the states of Barbados and Grenada, including its dependencies, which are exposed to frequent weather extremes that afflict the Caribbean on a annual basis.
In the first team is constituted by Markus Leimegger (A.N.P.A.S.), Annalisa Bergantini (A.N.P.A.S.), Laura Audenino (C.R.I.) Giuliano Paterniti(C.R.I.). Volunteers will work to build a strong network of relationships with local stakeholders continuing the work already undertaken by CIMA Research Foundation during theERC project.
This Week, the consortium partners and the Volunteers deployed met in a final workshop
Con il rientro in Italia dei volontari impiegati nelle tre squadre attive sul campo
Targets of the activities will be the most vulnerable communities of the states of