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National Emergency Management Projects

The National Emergency Management Projects (NEMP) program supports high priority national disaster resilience initiatives identified by the Australia-New Zealand Emergency Management Committee (ANZEMC).

The NEMP program is managed by the Attorney-General's Department, through Emergency Management Australia.

The NEMP program funds projects that will deliver and support major, national emergency management capability and development activities.

These projects:

  • enhance Australia's natural disaster resilience by supporting measures that strengthen communities, individuals, business and institutions to minimise the adverse effects of disasters
  • allow governments and communities to better prevent, prepare, respond to and recover from disasters
  • support natural disaster capability activities that deliver significant outcomes for the national emergency management sector
  • encourage partnerships between governments, the private and not-for-profit sectors, communities and individuals to increase natural disaster resilience.

Information about projects being delivered through the NEMP program is available below: