« back DriDanube update on DMCSEE - Second of the 4 results

In September 2019 DriDanube - Drought Risk in the Danube region project has officially come to an end and its four main results are now finalised and ready for use.

In a series of upcoming news you can get to know more about each of the four results:

1. New drought monitoring tool - to achieve improvement of drought monitoring by operational innovative service,
2. National drought reporting networks - to unify drought impact assessment across the region,
3. Drought risk maps for entire region through unified approach - to ensure we see areas vulnerable to drought through the same calculating approach,
4. Common strategic document on managing drought - to contribute to proactive drought emergency response.

With this news we would like to direct you to an easy-to-read description of the second result, a practical approach in delivering early awareness of drought damage in place. It is published at the bottom of the following page: DriDanube tab on DMCSEE.

Hopefully it gives encouragement also to other countries in establishing their own network for regular assessment of drought impacts.

Updates on the other 2 project results are also going to be published at the link above.