MIDR recognizes the emergency situation in 19 cities in 11 states

MIDR recognizes the emergency situation in 19 cities in 11 states
MIDR recognizes the emergency situation in 19 cities in 11 states
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MIDR recognizes the emergency situation in 19 cities in 11 states
The list includes municipalities in Alagoas, Bahia, Goiás, Maranhão, Minas Gerais, Pernambuco, Paraná, Rio de Janeiro, Rio Grande do Norte, Rio Grande do Sul and Santa Catarina
Brasilia DF) – The Ministry of Integration and Regional Development (MIDR), through the National Civil Defense, recognized, this Monday (1st), the emergency situation in another 19 cities in 11 Brazilian states affected by disasters. The ordinances with the recognitions were published in the Official Gazette of the Union (DOU). Check it out at this link.
With recognition, municipalities are able to request resources from the Federal Government for civil defense actions, such as humanitarian assistance, reconstruction of infrastructure and reestablishment of essential services.
In Alagoas, the city of Pão de Açúcar is facing a period of drought, as are Anagé, in Bahia, and Santa Maria da Boa Vista and São José do Belmonte, in Pernambuco. Monte das Gameleiras, in Rio Grande do Norte, obtained an emergency decree due to the drought, which is a period of lack of rain that is longer than the drought.
The municipalities of Cotegipe and Jequié, in Bahia; Simolândia, in Goiás; Tuntum, in Maranhão; Campos dos Goytacazes and Itaperuna, in Rio de Janeiro, and Joinville, in Santa Catarina, were punished by heavy rains. In Minas Gerais, the city of Jampruca recorded flooding.
The municipalities of Salinas, in Minas Gerais; Cafelândia, Foz do Iguaçu and Pitanga, in Paraná, and Condor and Miraguaí, in Rio Grande do Sul, obtained federal recognition of emergency situations due to viral infectious diseases, due to the increase in the number of dengue cases.

State of public calamity
The city of Apiacá, in Espírito Santo, obtained federal recognition as a state of public calamity due to the heavy rains that hit the state in March.
How to request resources
Cities with federal recognition of an emergency situation or state of public calamity can request MIDR for resources for civil defense actions. Requests for resources by municipalities in emergency situations must be made through the Integrated Disaster Information System (S2iD). Based on the information sent in the work plans, the National Civil Defense technical team evaluates the goals and values ​​requested. With approval, an ordinance is published in the DOU with the amount to be released.

National Civil Defense Capabilities
National Civil Defense offers a series of distance learning courses to enable and qualify municipal and state agents to use S2iD. The training focuses on civil protection and defense agents in the three spheres of government. Check this link for the complete list of courses.

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