The purpose of the contract is to build a better disaster management system in Türkiye through increased capacity of AFAD and strengthened cooperation among relevant stakeholders and to improve the disaster-resilience of target cities with an emphasis on AFAD provincial directorates and metropolitan municipalities.

The Project directly relates to disaster risk reduction, civil protection, environment and climate change issues at the national and local levels.

It will improve the technical capacities and quality of information necessary for the further progress in the implementation of EU Environment and Climate Change legislation. The Project will also strengthen the capacity of provincial and local actors in the area of civil protection and disaster risk management.

Extended TitleBuilding a Disaster Resilient Türkiye
Extended Description

Building a Disaster Resilient Türkiye

Publication Date2023-06-05
Procurement StatusFuture
TypeNot applicable
Contract TypeServices
Award CriteriaNot applicable
OrganisationMinistry of Environment, Urbanization and Climate Change - General Directorate of European Union and Foreign Relations – Department of European Union Investments
AddressMustafa Kemal Mahallesi 2082. Cadde No:52 Çankaya
Postal Code06530
Class Code71356200
Class DescriptionTechnical assistance services
SourceOffice for Official Publications of the European Communities - Tenders electronic daily (Ted)

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