Resilience Solutions International was founded in 2017 in Austria as a consultancy gathering a group of experts. The team has more than 20 years of experiences in disaster risk reduction and climate change providing a full range of services – risk assessments, climate change and disaster risk strategic planning, logistical and organizational planning of exercises and capacity building projects, strengthening legal, policy, institutional and financial frameworks, PR campaigns, development of IT tools, etc. as well as operational deployments (e.g. flood response 2014 to Bosnia and Hercegovina and Serbia, Missions to Lebanon and West Africa, Japan, EUFOR Althea training missions). Resilience Solutions implemented projects on four continents: Western Balkans (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Albania, Montenegro, Kosovo*), Turkey, Austria, Germany, France, Middle East (Lebanon, Jordan, Israel, Palestine), Egypt, Gambia, Ghana, Kenya, Caribbean (Curaçao, Bonaire, Sint Maarten, St. Eustatius, Saba), Nepal, Pakistan, Oman;
10-12 May 2023 – Environmental Analytics Seminar at WasserCluster Lunz, Austria
We are excited to announce the upcoming UCPM funded FORMATEX23 Environmental Analytics Seminar which focuses on prevention, preparedness, response and recovery regarding technological disasters triggered by natural
IMPROVING PREPARDENESS FOR NATECH DISASTERS – FORMATEX23
FORMATEX23 Project (https://www.formatex23.eu/ ) is in full speed with FORMATEX23 Table Top Exercise being successfully finalized. The TTX involved national and regional emergency response organisations and
THE FULL-SCALE EXERCISE OF DG-ECHO PROJECT PDEX TAKES PLACE IN THE JORDAN RIVER REGION
Resilience Solutions International was supporting another important step in regional cooperation on disaster management was taken in March with the execution of a full-scale exercise
European court of auditors releases special report on the efficiency of responses to disasters. The work of our experts is mentioned as a good practices example during 2014 floods in Bosnia and Herzegovina by coordinating the transition from response into the recovery phase.