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          Sep '12

          On 11 September, the staff of the EU IPA project South East European Forum on Climate Change Adaptation met in Trogir, Croatia. Members of national networks also joined this meeting, which gave them the opportunity to voice their opinions and participate in the planning of future activities. Participants of the meeting discussed the upcoming activities of the networks both on the national and regional levels, such as the organization of more awareness-raising campaigns, development of advocacy strategies and the preparation of trainings aimed at developing communication skills. Partners also explored the options for continuing cooperation after the project formally ends at the end of 2012. Participants of the meeting finalized the agenda for the following regional event, the conference which will take place in Zagreb on 10-11 November.

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          • 29
            Aug '16
            A new and innovative concept of providing funding before a disaster happens Instead of waiting until a disaster happens before providing aid, forecast-based financing allows humanitarian organisations to prepare proactively for a possible disaster based on a particular forecast, thus hopefully ...
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            Apr '13
            Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina   The meeting will discuss developments on national level (network activities, prospects and funding options), agree upon a regional coordination structure and the division of tasks, develop a joint regional project application to be submitted for ...
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            Nov '12
            The project team of the South East European Forum on Climate Change Adaptation had a meeting in Belgrade on 26 - 28 November 2012. The first working day was dedicated to improving the communication skills of the participants, with the trainer Ms Marija Grujic. Ms Grujic presented the basics of ...
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