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CDEM Resilience Fund

Application information and previous recipients

CDEM Resilience Fund: Information Series [IS 11/16]

Resilience Fund Timeline 2018/2019

Downloads

2017/18 applications

Previous Projects

 

The CDEM Resilience Fund enhances resilience to civil defence emergencies through the development of local and regional civil defence emergency management capability.

Funding will be provided to undertake specific projects that will improve civil defence emergency management capability and contribute towards resilience.

The fund will support a strategic targeting of investment in CDEM capability, focussing investment on the areas of greatest benefit and enabling a collaborative approach to be undertaken across the sector.


CDEM Resilience Fund: Information Series [IS 11/16]

CDEM Resilience Fund: Information Series [IS 11/16] (.pdf 886kb)

Key themes

 The following are the key themes, noting that, from time to time, the Director will revise the themes:

  • Promoting and enabling consistency
  • Promoting and enabling the sharing of data
  • Addressing gaps identified in capability assessment reports
  • Developing and delivering learning content for professional development

Resilience Fund Timeline 2018/19

Task List

image showing resilience fund timeline

1. Applications
Closing date for applications 1 October 2017
Hold Assessment Panel early November 2017
Director to make decision mid November 2017
Notification to successful applicants late November 2017
Resilience Fund Projects start 1 July 2018
2. Reporting and invoicing
1st quarterly report and/or invoice 1 October 2018
2nd quarterly report and/or invoice 1 January 2019
3rd quarterly report and/or invoice 1 April 2019
Final report and/or invoice end of June 2019

 

For further information contact: keith.evans@dpmc.govt.nz


Downloads

CDEM Resilience Fund: Information Series [IS 11/16] (.pdf 886kb)

CDEM Resilience Fund Application form (.docx 36kb)

CDEM Resilience Fund Status Report template (.docx 25kb)


2018/19 Resilience Fund applications

Project #

Project title

Applicant

Amount applied for

Amount approved

2018/01

Taranaki Regional Fuel Plan (.pdf 984kb)

Taranaki CDEM Group

$25,000

 

2018/02

Te Apiti - Manawatu Gorge Slope Movement Risk (.pdf 1.8mb)

Manawatu-Wanganui

$60,000

 

2018/03

National Information Infrastructure Framework phase 2 (.pdf 434kb)

StratSim Ltd

$145,320

 

2018/04

Foreign Language Emergency Messaging for Radio (.pdf 56kb)

Christchurch City Council/Plains FM 96.9

$42,500

 

2018/05

AF8 - Third year (.pdf 177kb)

EM Southland

$170,000

 

2018/06

Spreading Digital Messages of Resilience (.pdf 1.2mb)

University of Canterbury

$68,750

 

2018/07

Track and Trace system for logistics in emergencies (.pdf 929kb)

Question4 Ltd

$215,000

 

2018/08

Mitigation Tsunami Hazards at Maritime Facilities in Northland (.pdf 967kb)

eCoast Consulting

$84,650

 

2018/09

Hikurangi Response Plan – across the North Island East Coast (.pdf 1.5mb)

Hawke’s Bay Regional Council

$240,000

 

 

 

Total

$1,051,220

 

 

 


2017/18 

Project #

Project title

Applicant

Amount approved

2017/03

Marlborough Lifelines Regional Fuel Plan (pdf 152kb)

Marlborough CDEM

 $23,000

2017/04

Developing a Disaster Waste Management Plan (DWMP) template (pdf 1.1mb)

Bay of Plenty RC and others

$100,000

2017/06

Taranaki Vulnerability Study (pdf 93kb)

Taranaki CDEM Group

$51,750

2017/08

East Coast LAB: Tsunami Safer Schools Preparedness Guide (pdf 3.9mb)

Hawkes Bay regional Council

$70,000

2017/09

Alpine Fault Project (AF8) (Second Year) (pdf 1.6mb)

Emergency Management Southland

 $245,000

2017/10

Practical Tools for CDEM Welfare (Second Year) (pdf 1.2mb)

Northland CDEM Group

$40,000

2017/16

Integrated Training Framework (pdf 1.1mb)

National

$230,000

2017/18

Guide to effective local Social Recovery (pdf 830kb)

Waimakariri DC

 $40,000

2017/28

National Information Infrastructure (pdf 91kb)

StratSim Ltd

 $89,250

 

 

Total

 $889,000



Previous Projects