Strengthening the context of people in need of care and/or help – the project KOPHIS

The KOPHIS Project aims to strengthen the context of care and help dependencies in disasters. It elaborates the linking of care infrastructure, involved authorities and organizations as well as civil society networks, and thus raise the resilience of involved actors.

Here we provide two information sheets about our research project, and would be happy about your feedback, ideas and your own experiences in this field

If you are interested in the ongoing project and the results or if you have further questions, don´t hasetate to contact us.

Contact details:
Matthias Max (Head of Research)
Heidi Oschimansky
Annette Händlmeyer
sicherheitsforschung@drk.de

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