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Start date:
Nov 1, 2023
End date:
Nov 1, 2026
4.999.874 €
World Meteorological Organization
Participating entities:

MedEWSa delivers a network of effective and interoparable Multi-Hazard impact-based Early Warning, MHEWS, spanning across the Mediterranean basin and its adjacent countries. It builds on existing infraestructures, fill gaps, and harmonizes thorugh innovative technologies. Particular attention is paid to current and emerging extrem event hotspots, vulnerable areas, and 2at-risk communities. Central to MedEWSa is a suite of carefully selected pairs of pilot sites, “twins”, that highlight discrepancies in coverage and capabilities and that foster collaboration and demonstrate de transferability of MedEWSa’s tools.


  • Provision of multiple-hazard information and risk analyses.
  • Contribution to impact-based forecasting.
  • Development of a fully integrated MHEWS
  • Utilisation of AI-based decision-support solutions to enhance multi-hazard impact prediction.
  • Development of innovative financial solutions through risk transfer in capital markets, including insurance-linked securities and parametric insurance.

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