Hi Everyone!
My name is Carlie Brown!
Hope you are all having a great day!
Disaster Management in
Bosnia Herzegovina (BiH)
By: Carlie Brown
Bosnia Herzegovina (BiH)
History of Disaster Management
• War 1991 – 1995
• Ethnically-charged political gridlock
• 2004 - Civil Protection Sector ...
Implementation Pattern
Implementation Pattern
Typical Disasters
• Flooding
• Earthquakes
• Landslides
• Extreme Weather Conditions
– Hail storms
– Snow storms
– Drought...
Participants in BiH
• United States
• Catholic Relief Services (CRS)
• NATO
• European Union
• Balkans Institute for Risk
...
Potential Obstacles
LACK OF:
• Funding
• Civil Defense
• Equipment
ADDITIONALLY:
• Low Education Levels in
concern of emer...
Disaster Management
Planning and Policy Changes
• War
• Ethnic Gridlock
• Governmental
Structuring
• Military Structuring
...
Sources
• http://www.europe-cities.com/en/633/bosnia-herzegovina/health/
• http://www.state.gov/p/eur/rls/fs/193907.htm
• ...
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Disaster management in bosnia presentation

  1. 1. Hi Everyone! My name is Carlie Brown! Hope you are all having a great day!
  2. 2. Disaster Management in Bosnia Herzegovina (BiH) By: Carlie Brown
  3. 3. Bosnia Herzegovina (BiH)
  4. 4. History of Disaster Management • War 1991 – 1995 • Ethnically-charged political gridlock • 2004 - Civil Protection Sector of the Ministry of Security of Bosnia and Herzegovina was founded • 2008 - Framework Law on Protection and Rescue of People and Material Goods in case of Natural or other Disasters in BH • 2010 - Operational - Communicational Centre of BH was formed and put into function • Risk Assessment Regarding Natural and Other Disasters in Bosnia and Herzegovina
  5. 5. Implementation Pattern
  6. 6. Implementation Pattern
  7. 7. Typical Disasters • Flooding • Earthquakes • Landslides • Extreme Weather Conditions – Hail storms – Snow storms – Drought • Biohazard – Infectious diseases • Fires • Nuclear Hazards • Terrorism, War, & Landmines
  8. 8. Participants in BiH • United States • Catholic Relief Services (CRS) • NATO • European Union • Balkans Institute for Risk Assessment and Emergency Management (BIEM), • United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) • Departments of Emergency Situations of the countries of the South-East Europe • Sаve the Children Norway
  9. 9. Potential Obstacles LACK OF: • Funding • Civil Defense • Equipment ADDITIONALLY: • Low Education Levels in concern of emergency management • Need for risk reduction at the National Level • Arising risks are not recognized clearly • Disaster Risk Reduction must be part of the strategy of development of the community • All levels need to take over their responsibility
  10. 10. Disaster Management Planning and Policy Changes • War • Ethnic Gridlock • Governmental Structuring • Military Structuring • Civil Defense & Protection • Independent System • Protection of Civilians & Properties
  11. 11. Sources • http://www.europe-cities.com/en/633/bosnia-herzegovina/health/ • http://www.state.gov/p/eur/rls/fs/193907.htm • http://ipacivilprotection.eu/bosnia.html • http://www.preventionweb.net/english/hyogo/national/list/v.php?id=22 • http://www.gripweb.org/gripweb/sites/default/files/Prevention%20of %20natural%20disasters%20in%20Bosnia%20and%20Herzegovina.pdf • http://www.preventionweb.net/files/submissions/20827_01062011rcengizve staj.pdf

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