Project Predict continues making progress towards its goal, which is to become an effective tool for young children and people with disabilities to know how to react in case of disasters, mainly fires, earthquakes and floods.
To this aim, training modules are being developed that are affordable and accessible to the target population. Besides, the project will also include an interactive video game to make learning more attractive to children and a complete app to be able to access it easily from any mobile device.
The website of the Predict project is already open to the public, you can visit it following this link http://www.projectpredict.eu/
The Predict project is being carried out by a consortium of 5 partners from 3 European countries, North Macedonia, Spain and Bulgaria.
The Military Academy „General Mihailo Apostolski“ Skopje, Associate member of University „Goce Delcev“ Stip, Republic of North Macedonia in partnership with Directorate-General Fire Safety and Civil Protection, Sofia, Bulgaria; DUCOR „Partenija Zografski“ , Skopje, Republic of North Macedonia; ASOCIACION IT SOLUTIONS FOR ALL, Malaga, Spain and OU „Stiv Naumov“, Skopje, Republic of North Macedonia has developed application and is working in the ERASMUS + project “PREvention of DIsasters ICT (Informatic and Computer Technology) PREDICT”.
Within the framework of the PREDICT project, in the period from 14-16 of January, 2020 in Skopje in the facilities of the partner institution DUCOR„Partenija Zografski“, the consortium had the first transnational meeting (Kick-of meeting).
Project Predict consortium was in Skopje on January 15th for the Kick-Off Meeting of PREDICT: Prevention of Disasters ICT (Informatic and Computer Technology), a Project co-founded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission, Key Action 2.
PREDICT is implemented by a Consortium of 5 Partners from 3 European countries (The Republic of North Macedonia, Bulgaria and Spain).
The main objective of PREDICT project is promoting culture of disaster risk prevention within a community through education about disasters, public awareness and trainings.
All the deliverables of the project will be presented and structured in an accessible and target-oriented OER platform.
During the meeting, Partners presented their organizations and role in the project, activities plan, human resources involved and the budget plan. Moreover legal, financial, administrative and methodological issues were discussed and the OER platform was presented.