« back DriDanube update on DMCSEE - Last 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.

With this news we would like to direct you to an easy-to-read description of the final, fourth DriDanube result:

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. Strategic document on drought management at national level - to contribute to proactive drought emergency response.

It describes in short the aim and the nature of Danube Drought Strategy for improved drought management response, and briefly presents an optimal drought management model through which the Strategy appeals a country to integrate proactive approach into their national operational plans.

You are encourage to read about it at the bottom of the following page: DriDanube tab on DMCSEE.

Due to its operational nature, the Danube Drought Startegy hopefully presents an encouragement to countries to step-by-step begin introducing proactivity into the existing national drought response.