The prevention and protection against floods in the upper Siret and Prut River basins, through the implementation of the modern monitoring system with automatic stations - EAST AVERT”
MIS ETC 966
Common borders. Common solutions
ABOUT THE PROJECT

   

EAST AVERT: prevention and flood protection in Siret and Prut river basins – modern monitoring system with automatic stations a new project funded by the Joint Operational Programme “Romania – Ukraine – Republic of Moldova 2007-2013″

 

On 28th of November 2013, the Joint Managing Authority of the Joint Operational Programme “Romania – Ukraine – Republic of Moldova 2007-2013″ has signed the grant contract for the following large scale project:

 

Prevention and flood protection in Siret and Prut river basins, through the implementation of a modern monitoring system with automatic stations – EAST AVERT

 

The project is implemented by partners from Romania, Ukraine and Republic of Moldova. The project aims to reduce the vulnerability of the communities from the border areas exposed to flooding risks by carrying out upgrading works on the Stanca-Costești hydrological complex and improving the warning system by installing monitoring equipment in Siret and Prut river basins. 

 

The project leader is the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change from Romania, whereas its partners are: the Department of Water Resources River – Prut from Ukraine, Chernivtsi Regional Centre of Hydrometeorology from Ukraine, State Scientific and Technical Centre for Inter-Sectorial Issues and Regional Security Environment Protection and Resources Conservation, Ukraine, Moldavian Waters Agency , Republic of Moldova,  Water Basin Administration Siret, Romania, Water Basin Administration Prut-Bârlad, Romania, National Institute of Hydrology and Water Management, Romania.

 

The total project budget is 9.24 million euros.

 

 

The final purpose of the project
Bulletin №1 of the project EAST AVERT
Буклет проекту EAST AVERT
 

This project is funded by the European Union

 

The Joint Operational Programme Romania-Ukraine-Republic of Moldova 2007-2013 is financed by the European Union through the European Neighborhood and Partnership Instrument and co-financed by the participating countries in the programme.

 

This publication has been produced with the assistance of the European Union. The contents of this publication are the sole responsibility of Chernivtsi Regional Centre on Hydrometeorology and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union or ofthe Romania-Ukraine-Republic of Moldova Joint Operational Programme 2007-2013 management structures.”

 

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