An info system will monitor mosquitoes between Bulgaria and Romania
The Project “Development and adoption of a joint institutionalized partnership on risk management on excessive proliferation of insects affecting public health and safety within the cross-border region Romania-Bulgaria” was presented today at the next Round Table in Vidin. Leading partner is the Association of Danube Municipalities "Dunav" (Bulgaria) with Executive Director Maria Tsankova and Partner - Living Nature Foundation from Calarasi (Romania) with President Gabriel Shebe.
The main objective of the project is to improve considerably the joint risk management in the cross- border region by developing joint institutionalized partnership. The project will result in the formation of a sustainable joint Bulgarian-Romanian institutionalized partnership, based on expertise and technological advancements, with clear commitments to the competent institutions and mechanism to update and improve policies of risk management.
Result of the project will be the forming of a joint institutionalized partnership management risks associated with the proliferation of the population of mosquitoes, ticks and other insects in the cross- border region. The project will set up a set of cross- border mechanism and will include a safe and effective process of disinfection - joint analysis of climatic conditions, risk identification, methods of coordination in the treatment against insects. For this purpose, a geographic information system with the affected risk areas along the Danube in both countries is created.
On the basis of the studies and findings made, a proposal for regulatory changes will be prepared, regulating the work of the respective institutions in the two countries for more effective control and management of the process.
Within the framework of the project, stakeholders are consulted during the 8 round tables in Romania and 6 in Bulgaria. Their active involvement will contribute to the planning of realistic measures to create an effective model for risk management and to ensure joint action to prevent insect population.
More than anyone present at today's Round Table united around the idea of proposing to the governments of Bulgaria and Romania the creation of Associations that provide funding at the interstate level for the simultaneous treatment of risk areas with a large insect population.
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