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Natural Disaster Resilience Program - Tasmania
The Natural Disaster Resilience Program (NDRP) is a program aimed at identifying and addressing disaster risk priorities throughout the State. It funds disaster mitigation works, measures and related activities that contribute to safer, sustainable communities better able to withstand the effects of disasters. The long-term objective of the program is to have Tasmanian communities which are resilient to natural disasters.
Generally, the Tasmanian Government will contribute up to 50% of the cost of an approved project. Applicants are required to match this funding, but may contribute more.
Organisations eligible to apply for funding under the NDRP are:
Eligible organisations may apply for funding either individually or in coalition with other eligible applicants. The amount of each agency’s contribution is to be negotiated between the local agencies involved.
A wide range of disaster mitigation works, measures and related activities that seek to treat identified risks qualify for funding under the NDRP. They may include:
Projects that will generally not be eligible for funding under the NDRP include:
How to apply
Completed application forms should be sent to:
Comprehensive details about the program are provided in the NDRP Funding Guidelines and these should be read before completing the application form.
Natural Disaster Resilience Program Funding Guidelines (PDF
Any questions regarding this program may be directed to Jeff Ridley of the State Emergency Service.
Tel. (03) 6230 2795
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