Crisis Prevention

This is a key component of sustainable development and requires approaching crisis situations from an international and multidisciplinary perspective.

Crisis Prevention and Management Program (CPMP)

The CPMP is a  GdP initiative (Groupe de Paris/Group for Development & Peace).

The CPMP is an international program promoting an international, multi-disciplinary and effective approach to prevention and management of crisis situations. It provides the means to prevent and manage crises BEFORE, DURING and AFTER crises. The CPMP will lead to:

  • Improvement of the quality and impact of the crisis-related operations in a cost-effective manner
  • Sustainable provision of life-long learning practitioners and field operators involved in the prevention and/or management of crises
  • Integration of key international players in prevention and management of crisis situations

GdP Deliverables

Examples of services we can deliver include:

  • Needs and feasibility studies
  • Design and facilitation of learning processes based on modern adult
  • Pedagogical  methodologies (problem-based learning, experience-based learning, activity-based learning, distance-learning, as well as blended learning)
  • Development of tailor-made tools and training materials for crisis prevention and crisis management
  • Capacity building
  • Education, training, and workshops in skills development
  • Executive coaching and team building
  • Strategic planning
  • Monitoring, evaluations and reviews

We deliver integrated services across all levels as illustrated below:

Crisis Prevention and Management services offer by The Morawska Group

Our point of difference

The Crisis Management and Prevention Program is a holistic, system-based approach to prevent and manage crises derived from:


  • High levels of social and political unrest
  • Violent conflicts


  • Linked to natural events/climate change
  • Linked to human-made events

Working languages

  • English
  • Spanish
  • French
  • Portuguese
  • Indonesian
  • German
  • Swedish