Disaster risk reduction is a fast growing field driven by the pressing need for governments and communities to prepare and reduce their exposures to natural and man-made hazards. Competencies are needed to respond to the current gaps in human resources by offering new opportunities to professionals and institutions alike. In the coming weeks, EMI in partnership with the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery (GFDRR) is scheduled to deliver the Comprehensive Disaster Risk Management Framework (CDRMF) and Risk Sensitive Land Use Planning (RSLUP) course starting August 28.
These courses are under the Natural Disaster Risk Management Program aimed at strengthening the capacities of public and private institutions, as well as international and civil society organizations, in the field of disaster risk reduction and land use planning. To date, the program has graduated more than 500 participants across 50 countries.
Deadline of Registration is until August 24.
Click HERE to register.