The grant will provide continued technical assistance to the countries developing the South-East European Multi-Hazard Early Warning Advisory System (SEE-MHEWS-A). SEE-MHEWS-A is strengthening regional weather and flood forecasting, thereby improving the lead-time, accuracy and resolution of early warnings of hydrometeorological hazards in the region. The grant will also continue to bolster regional cooperation and harmonization, as well as providing guidance for how the countries can continue to develop and operationalize SEE-MHEWS-A upon completion of GFDRR support. This will be achieved through three activities:1. Coordination and technical guidance with the World Meteorological Organization (WMO).2. Development of public outreach materials including infographics, brochures and a proposal for a website.3. Economic assessment of a potential full operationalization of SEE-MHEWS-A.

Which Areas of Engagement are covered by this grant?

Open Access to Risk Information
Resilient Cities
Disaster Risk Finance
Resilience to Climate Change
Resilient Recovery
Inclusive Disaster Risk Management and Gender Equality
Resilient Infrastructure
The Challenge Fund

Sendai Priorities

Priority 1Understanding disaster risk
Priority 2Strengthening disaster risk governance to manage disaster risk
Priority 3Investing in disaster risk reduction for resilience
Priority 4Enhancing disaster preparedness for effective response and to “Build Back Better” in recovery, rehabilitation and reconstruction