The concept of the IWPM is to encourage countries and their agencies, academia and non-government organizations to share their expertise in capacity building in landscape fire management. Most of the selected examples have been conducted or facilitated by GFMC, others being result of bilateral exchange agreements. The listed activities do not reflect the complete spectrum of successful projects and programmes at national and international levels.
Interoperability Workshop held in conjunction with the Aerial Firefighting Conference Europe 2017, organized jointly by the International Fire Aviation Working Group (IFAWG) – Agenda – Report – Statement (Securité Civile, Nimes, France, 18 October 2017)
International conference “Protection of Human Settlements and Social Infrastructure from Wildfires” – Agenda – GFMC Input – Statement (State Fire Academy of EMERCOM of Russia, Moscow, Russian Federation, 15-16 November 2017)
Field mission addressing fire management and policy development in Madagascar in the frame of the project “Projet d’appui pour le renforcement des capacités en économie de la gestion durable et de la dégradation des terres”, a cooperative project between the Laboratoire Terres Paysages et Développement (LLandDev) du Département des Eaux et Forêts, Ecole Supérieure des Sciences Agronomiques (ESSA-Forêts), the German Development Corporation GIZ and the SV BoDeN Initiative “ELD et ProSol“ (Antananarivo, Ankarafantsika (Tanà + Boeny), Madagascar, 23 February – 03 March 2019)
Second National Round Table “Fires in the Natural and Cultural Landscapes of Ukraine: Developing a National Policy for the Wildfires Management”: Consultation on the draft Law of Ukraine “On Amendments to Certain Legislative Acts of Ukraine Concerning the Immediate Elimination of the Crisis Situation Due to Forest Fires” – Agenda – Report (Kyiv, Ukraine, 09 April 2019)