Darwin is a Horizon 2020 project with the objective to improve the response to expected and unexpected crises affecting critical societal structures during natural and man-made disasters.

This is achieved by the development of guidelines directed at critical infrastructure managers, crisis and emergency response managers, service providers, first responders, and policy makers who have been involved in a series of experiments and workshops. KMC has been designing the guidelines and host their subsequent testing in the strategic healthcare sector.

The simulation exercise Cornflower Wind took place at the Centre for Disaster Medicine and Traumatology on September 2017. Photo credit: Susanna Lönnqvist

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